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2022 State of the Connecticut Nonprofit Sector Survey - Complete by Jan. 30th

We need to hear from you! 2022 State of the Connecticut Nonprofit Sector Survey 


For almost two years, Connecticut’s nonprofits have been on the front lines of addressing the dual pandemics of COVID-19 and racism. And not only have they provided urgent support in this time of great need, but they have also continued the work of enriching and advancing our communities in an astounding number of ways. The wellbeing of our communities truly relies on a strong nonprofit sector. 

To better understand, support, and advocate for the needs of the nonprofit sector in Connecticut, the CT Community Nonprofit Alliance (The Alliance) and Fio Partners, LLC are launching a time-sensitive survey to gather current information on the state of nonprofits.

The survey is for Executive Directors/CEOs of nonprofit organizations in Connecticut. (Limit of one response per organization.) The survey sections pertain to the organization’s financial health; service delivery and demand; workforce; diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) and racial equity efforts; anticipated future activities and supports needed; and public policy priorities. 

Please take 20 minutes to complete this important survey by January 30, 2022, so that we can use this understanding to inform our advocacy and organizational supports over the coming months. We will also share a survey report with respondents in early March.

 

TAKE THE SURVEY

 

The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven is proud to be a funding and promotional partner for this effort, alongside our colleagues at Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, Connecticut Community Foundation, Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut, Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation and the Valley Community Foundation.

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