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Artwork from Arch on exhibition

A collection of paintings by young artists supported by The Arc of Ulster-Greene is on display through Aug. 3.

Patrick Comins named executive director of Connecticut Audubon Society

Comins is the director of bird conservation for Audubon Connecticut, the state office of the National Audubon Society; the Connecticut Audubon Society is an independent entity that predates the national organization.

United Way of Western Connecticut provides $635K for childhood, education programs

The grants are aimed at programs supporting families living within the ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) income threshold.

Up to $25K match for LW20

All proceeds from LW20 will be set aside to support the continuation of this program for future generations of leaders.

Yonkers Partners in Education receives $10K

Forest City awarded the organization for its experience programs for high school students.

Former FEMA official named CEO at Keep America Beautiful

The Stamford-based nonprofit Keep America Beautiful has named Helen Lowman as its new CEO. She replaces Jennifer Jehn, who resigned in October to become...

Bridgeport’s City Lights advocates for local arts

Executive director Suzanne Kachmar aggressively lobbies for her gallery's artists and the citywide art scene.

Danbury nonprofit seeks to bring new attention to curing rare diseases

"Do Your Share For Rare" campaign highlights awareness and advocacy for little-known diseases with no cure.

New advocacy group seeks to strengthen Connecticut economy

Campaign for Tomorrow's Jobs aims at private and public sector input.

Mary-Jane Foster to run domestic violence agency

Two-time mayoral candidate named president and CEO of Hartford-based Interval House.

Ann’s Place names new chief

Shannon Cobb takes the reins at the Danbury-based cancer support services nonprofit.

Grace Farms receives IIT architecture award

The architects who created the New Canaan community center wer honored for its distinctive central building.

Column: Nonprofit looks to change the story on addiction

The framed Serenity Prayer sits on Gary Mendell’s shelf in Norwalk, but long before that it was on his nightstand, helping him face many...

Cancer patient flight provider soars to milestone

Westchester-based Corporate Angel Network helps arranges free-of-charge travel for cancer patients in the empty seats of corporate jets.

ANDRUS names Christine Novak Micka new vice president

Micka, a lifetime Yonkers resident, previously served as director of development for the Greyston Foundation.