Your gift to The Connecticut Forum is enduring, and so is our commitment to you.
Thank you for your support of The Connecticut Forum!
Friends of The Forum Campaign
Make an immediate impact TODAY! Support our core programs and activities!
Your generous annual support makes an immediate impact on our ability to continue our work and mission.
The Friends of The Forum campaign provides vital annual operational support for The Connecticut Forum's core programs and activities, including our theater events and the CT YOUTH Forum.
By making a gift to the Friends of The Forum campaign, you are:
- Supporting unique, high quality Forum programming that adds to the cultural vitality of our community;
- Bringing some of the most interesting people in the world to Hartford - world-famous thinkers, renowned experts, intriguing personalities;
- Encouraging open, honest and civil dialogue about issues affecting our lives and our world;
- Connecting people and organizations in our community - including more than 750 Connecticut high school students each year through the activities of the CT YOUTH Forum.
Did you know that you can donate to The CT Forum via the United Way?
- Designate #5251 to direct your gift to The Connecticut Forum
- Designate #5251-1 for the Connecticut YOUTH Forum
The Connecticut Forum Legacy Society
As a Legacy Society member, you endow the future of The Connecticut Forum!
The Legacy Society recognizes donors who have made bequests or planned gifts to The Connecticut Forum or The Connecticut Forum Endowment Fund at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving.
By making a legacy gift to The Connecticut Forum, you can:
- Ensure that The Connecticut Forum is here for years to come
- Support civil dialogue and the free and active exchange of ideas
- Honor your family legacy of giving
- Make a lasting difference in our community
Learn more about The Connecticut Forum Endowment Fund at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving.
For more information about The Connecticut Forum Legacy Society, please contact Ruth Cullen at rcullen at ctforum dot org.