Our Impact in Connecticut

Each year, Connecticut Humanities supports hundreds of projects across the state through grants, strategic partnerships, and our public humanities programs including ConnecticutHistory.org, Teach It, and the Connecticut Center for the Book. In the fiscal year 2020, our work served all 169 Connecticut communities.

Download the FY 2020 Annual Report (pdf)

In FY20, CT Humanities awarded $1,142,267 to 105 cultural nonprofits, funding diverse and dynamic humanities activities.

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Connecticut Humanities is grateful to have worked with the teams at The Narrative Project and Phoenix Press to design and print our FY20 Annual Report.

The Narrative Project is Connecticut’s only anti-racist and social justice communications agency. TNP helps emerging and established mission-driven organizations reach their diverse publics, build their image, further their mission, and achieve their goals.

New Haven’s Phoenix Press is a family-owned and family-operated, full-service printer, showing their commitment to the environment by powering their presses with an on-site wind turbine.

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