- Created on 26 September 2012
|Americans for the Arts
Americans for the Arts is the nation's leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts in America.
|DECD Office of the Arts
The Office of the Arts develops and strengthens the arts in Connecticut and makes artistic experiences widely available to residents and visitors.
|Danbury Cultural Commission
The Cultural Commission supports and helps fund performing arts programs for Danbury residents free of charge.
|Fairfield County Community Foundation
The Fairfield County Community Foundation promotes the growth of effective philanthropy to strengthen the communities of Fairfield County.
|Center for Nonprofit Excellence
The Fairfield County Community Foundation's Center for Nonprofit Excellence (CNE) was created to enhance the effectiveness of Fairfield County nonprofit organizations.
|New Milford Arts Commission|
|New Milford Film Commission
"The purpose of the New Milford Film Commission is to encourage economic growth and development by attracting revenue-producing films and commercial projects to New Milford."
|Newtown Cultural Arts Commission
The Newtown Commission was created by a town ordinance to stimulate, facilitate, coordinate and cooperate with existing organizations, for the development of the arts in and around Newtown.
|Pro Bono Parnership
THE PRO BONO PARTNERSHIP provides nonprofit organizations in Connecticut, New Jersey and New York with free, expert business legal advice they cannot otherwise afford, enhancing their capacity to improve local communities and provide essential programs for the poor and disadvantaged.
|Ridgefield Arts Council
The Ridgefield Arts Council (RAC) was created in 1997 to foster and promote the Ridgefield arts community.
We at TANGO recognize that the best way to foster positive social and cultural change is through those who do it best: non-profit organizations.
|Volunteer Center Serving Western CT
Our Comprehensive Volunteer Services Program focuses on two groups: Community Volunteers who are interested in serving their community and Nonprofits in Western Connecticut that welcome and utilize volunteers.
Connecticut Humanities creates opportunities to think, learn and understand more about ourselves, our communities and our state. We believe this work is essential to a democratic society, to the well-being of the people, and to the economic vitality of Connecticut.