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Golf tourneys tee up for good causes

Golf and good will remain revenue producers for a pair of medical charities.

Seasoned CPA expands into nonprofits

A Mount Vernon firm tackles the ‘labyrinthine’ world of nonprofits.

Danbury bank donates to Bethel nonprofit

The Savings Bank of Danbury Foundation recently donated $3,000 to Ability Beyond Disabilities, a Bethel-based organization that helps transition people with disabilities to independent living.

Nonprofit inks Norwalk lease

The nonprofit Family & Children’s Agency has signed a 10-year, 9,000-square-foot lease at 140 Water St. in Norwalk, a freestanding property owned by David Anspach, CBRE Group Inc. announced.

Malloy touts new initiatives

In advance of his budget unveiling Feb. 6, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has announced several new initiatives his administration plans to pursue.

New York Life Foundation grants Westchester nonprofits $300K

The New York Life Foundation gave $300,000 worth of grants to six nonprofits in Westchester County.

Health care nonprofit honored

Open Door Family Medical Center is the first Westchester County winner of a New York Community Trust-New York Magazine Nonprofit Excellence Award.

Peekskill arts center shuts doors

The nonprofit Paramount Center for the Arts is temporarily suspending operations while it looks to reorganize.

Nonprofit We Sing for the World finds a home in White...

We Sing for the World, a nonprofit organization started by Rye Country Day School alumna and professional opera singer Daniele Hager, recently found a home at the White Plains Performing Arts Center and has more shows underway.

Malloy appoints new nonprofit liaison

Terry Edelstein of South Glastonbury is Connecticut’s new nonprofit liaison.

In the economic downturn, arts spending soars

A new economic impact study shows arts and culture nonprofits in Westchester have increased spending and spurred job growth in the economic downturn.

Conn. has new nonprofit liaison

Alyssa Goduti is Connecticut’s new nonprofit liaison to the governor’s office.

Garrison Institute a place for introspection

Former seminary has become haven for those seeking to renew inner strength and gain wisdom.

Model citizen

Model railroaders again evoke a bygone era in an annual exhibit at the Wilton Historical Society.

Nonprofit marks 9/11 with memorial

As the day that has defined this past decade reaches its 10th anniversary, a New Canaan nonprofit has created an online memorial to honor the nearly 3,000 lives lost in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.