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New foundation to focus on Connecticut philanthropy

The KBE Foundation will have offices in Norwalk and Farmington.

Greyston Foundation relocates Yonkers HQ

The nonprofit signed a 10-year lease.

Stamford’s NeighborShare taps Kelli Kreps as executive director

Kreps replaces co-founder Diana Zhang.

Launch1000 launches 218; more to come

Westchester County is moving ahead with its Launch1000 program after helping 218 businesses and nonprofits get launched during 2021. The second season begins in earnest in March when the County Office of Economic Development starts accepting new applications from county residents who want help in getting their new businesses or nonprofit organizations off the ground.

Beardsley Zoo plans centennial celebration

The public is invited to name a new baby anteater.

Andrea Gartner takes on the executive director role at the Norwalk...

Much of Gartner’s attention is focused on fundraising and outreach efforts.

New board leadership installed at Norwalk nonprofit Family & Children’s Agency

Olson estimated that she devoted 20% of her working schedule to her FCA activities.

New nonprofit First Steps to Heal supports Westchester’s domestic violence survivors

Domestic violence "knows no socioeconomic barriers," First Steps to Heal founder Jaquetta Jenkins said. "There's no rhyme or reason. It's all over in every town, in every county, in every state.”

Former Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei named executive director at nonprofit...

Peter Tesei was first selectman of Greenwich from 2007 to 2019.

Women’s Center of Greater Danbury rebrands as Center for Empowerment and...

The Women's Center of Greater Danbury was founded in 1975 and serves more than 30,000 individuals from area communities.

White Plains to receive Cities of Service community revitalization grant

The city will receive $100,000 in funding to support resident-led efforts to address neighborhood blight and revitalize communities.

Jeff Goldberg appointed as Westchester Community College Foundation CFO

Goldberg's background includes a decade of experience in chief financial officer roles at various nonprofits, including the Friends of the Israel Defense Forces.

Malta House relocates to former Norwalk convent

Malta House is one of approximately 400 maternity homes in the nation.

Ridgefield’s Prospector Theater to reopen May 27

“A Quiet Place II” and “Cruella” will be screened when the venue resumes operations.

BluePath Service Dogs bring companionship to autistic children

The organization works with households within a two-hour radius of Dutchess County.