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Who Can Form a Circle?

A circle can be formed by any Connecticut collaboration of agencies or individuals that is working in the public interest to make their communities and State a better place. Circles can be as simple and informal as after-school providers in a neighborhood tracking needs and sharing best practices, or as formalized as partnerships of state agencies, municipalities and nonprofits addressing unemployment in a specific region.

The only groups that are barred from using the Community Impact Circle are organizations and collaborative groups that are political organizations or are promoting the agenda of a specific political party or candidate for office. In addition, groups promoting a specific religious agenda or discrimination against any individual or group are barred from forming Community Impact Circles.

Community Impact Circles must be approved by the Connecticut Nonprofit Strategy Platform Administrator.

First Log in, then create your Community Impact Circle now.