Kyungsook K. Petrahai, second from left, created a scholarship fund in memory of her husband to support students attending public colleges in Connecticut.
While the impulse of generosity lives in people of all sorts, research proves that gender matters in philanthropy. Women think about giving and act on their charitable values differently than men do.
As women control a rapidly increasing portion of assets and consider what they’d like to accomplish in the community during their lifetimes and beyond, new generations of women are beginning to think about and plan their giving. Connecticut Community Foundation is committed to partnering with women donors to help them make a real and lasting impact in our region.
We offer these opportunities for our women donors: