CTCEF and CT LEFs Through the Years

Thank you to all the foundation board members who have supported and attended our conferences through the years and to those who submitted photos showing the many projects foundations fund and events parents and community members support to help students of all ages.

This slideshow ran continuously through lunch at this year’s conference.

CTCEF’s 16th Annual Conference for Education Foundations

donatectcefTuesday, September 29, 2015, 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. Keynote Speaker: William Brown, Director, Eli Whitney Museum. Topic: Education Foundations as “Vision Capitalists” Location: Crowne Plaza Cromwell Hotel, Cromwell. See photos from this year’s conference.


CTCEF’s 16th Annual Conference, September 29, 2015

Bay Path University’s Jeff Greim presented an important conference workshop, “Strategies for Improving the Effectiveness of Your Board,” which covered non-profit life cycle stages, important modes of functioning, structure vs. process, board member recruitment and training, term limits or not, performance measures, and much more.

Registration packet handouts included an updated version of CTCEF’s Foundation Checklist, which all of you should check once a year. Download it for your files.

CTCEF Consulting Services for Education Foundations

CTCEF offers one-on-one consultations that are tailored to your particular concerns. Topics include Board Effectiveness, Grant-Writing , and others.

Technology Solutions for Education Foundations

greenleaf2CTCEF partners with Greenleaf Advancement to offer education foundations an affordable database management solution that is customized to meet your particular needs.

kilakwalogoCTCEF partners with Kilakwa Associates to offer a free Web site evaluation as well as Web site development, design, and management at a discounted rate for CTCEF Affiliates.

The Connecticut Consortium of Education Foundations (CTCEF) facilitates the creation, growth, and effectiveness of local education foundations in Connecticut.