Connecticut nonprofits cutting staff, services in pandemic as revenue from services plunges despite uptick in contributions

Connecticut nonprofits cutting staff, services in pandemic as revenue from services plunges despite uptick in contributions

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In many cases, Connecticut community nonprofits are “still struggling to get through this crisis,” said Gian-Carl Casa, president and CEO of The Allliance, an organization representing hundreds of nonprofits.

“Donations are valuable and so appreciated by the people who receive them, but they just simply can’t be expected to do the job that the state and federal government needs to do in order to provide the services that folks need.”

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Hartford Courant
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