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Topic: Nonprofit

Business Journals

Connecticut nonprofits on the chopping block amid state budget impasse

Patriot Bank President Richard Muskus Jr. speaks on the importance of government funding for nonprofits, as well as Patriot’s ongoing support of the sector.   The state budget impasse is already being felt by a number of sectors, but perhaps

Topics: Nonprofit
Greenwich Time

Greenwich Skating Club looks to a bright future

It’s where future pro hockey players and Olympians first laced up, and where countless others happily glided across chilly afternoons on a sheet of ice in central Greenwich. Now, the Greenwich Skating Club, founded in 1954, has skated into the

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Stamford Plus

Stamford Academy Students Learn to Plan for Their Futures at 5th Annual Career Conversation

Stamford Academy high school students recently gained career insights from Fairfield County business and community leaders during its 5th Annual Career Conversation. Dozens of students, from grades nine through 12, rotated classrooms for 30-minute conversations about finding, beginning, keeping and

Monique Mason, Assistant Branch Manager at Patriot Bank in Westport, teaches financial literacy basics at Homes with Hope’s Gillespie Center

Financial Literacy is Helping Connecticut Veterans Recover from Homelessness

According to the federal Housing and Urban Development1, Connecticut is the second state to end veteran homelessness and is close to being the first state to end chronic homelessness, making it crucial that these impacted individuals acquire financial skills to

Fairfield & Westchester County Business Journals

Patriot Aids Nonprofits Fighting for Survival

The plight of the nonprofit organization in Fairfield County, rarely in fine fettle to start with, seems to be growing darker, with major challenges posed by increasing competition for ever-shrinking donations and a general reticence on the part of state

Topics: Nonprofit

With public help lagging, nonprofits seek new funding sources

By Paul Schott STAMFORD — Velma Clark has taken on a number of roles during her 19 years with Pacific House — client-services advocate, shelter manager, residential services manager and now manager of all the nonprofit’s properties. While her responsibilities

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