ConnectiCare: Supporting Community Organizations Around Connecticut

ConnectiCare has always been dedicated to the health of the communities it serves. In honor of ConnectiCare’s 40th anniversary, that mission was more important than ever.
 
ConnectiCare is contributing to 51 non-profit and municipal organizations throughout the state through its participation in the Connecticut Neighborhood Assistance Act Tax Credit Program.
 
We continue, as we have in the past, to make donations to organizations that directly support community health in a trying time as well as those that enrich the lives of residents, today and in the future. The ongoing pandemic only changed how we delivered the contributions. We sent donations to each organization without the formal, in-person presentation that we have traditionally enjoyed.
 
“Connecticut is our home. These donations are personal for us because they impact our families, friends, neighbors, and colleagues,” says Kim Kann, associate vice president of public relations and corporate communications at ConnectiCare.
 
“In 2021, ConnectiCare celebrated 40 years of service. ConnectiCare is proud to be a part of this program and to support these organizations as they continue to care for people around the state.”
Here are the organizations ConnectiCare is supporting through the Neighborhood Assistance Act program:
 
Bridgeport Rescue Mission, Bridgeport
Habitat for Humanity of Coastal Fairfield, Bridgeport
Neighborhood Trust, Bridgeport
Boys & Girls Club, Bristol
New Horizons, Inc. (Cherry Brook Health Center), Canton
Town of East Haddam, East Haddam
Goodspeed Opera House, East Haddam
Epoch Arts, East Hampton
Town of Ellington, Ellington
Fairfield Theatre Company, Fairfield
Operation Hope, Fairfield
Connecticut Science Center, Hartford
Habitat for Humanity Hartford, Hartford
Artisans Weaving Center, Hartford
Bushnell Memorial Hall, Hartford
CT Public Broadcasting, Hartford
iQuilt, Hartford
Northside Institutions Neighborhood Alliance, Inc. (NINA), Hartford
CT Institute for the Blind (dba Oak Hill), Hartford
Chrysalis Center, Hartford
Southern Institutions for Neighborhood Alliance, Inc. (SINA), Hartford
Exchange Club Center, Manchester
East Catholic High, Manchester
Boys & Girls Club of Meriden, Meriden
Women & Families Center, Meriden
Mercy High School, Middletown
Central Connecticut ARC (CCARC), New Britain
Prudence Crandall, New Britain
CT Association of Performing Arts (CAPA), Shubert Theatre, New Haven
Habitat of Humanity Greater New Haven, New Haven
Continuum of Care, New Haven
Mary Wade, New Haven
Neighborhood Housing Services, New Haven
Maritime Aquarium, Norwalk
Katherine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center, Old Saybrook
Boys & Girls Club of the Lower Naugatuck Valley, Shelton
Center Stage Theater, Shelton
Inspirica, Stamford
Mill River Park Collaborative, Stamford
New Neighborhoods Inc., Stamford
Museum & Nature Center, Stamford
Sterling House, Stratford
KidsPlay Children's Museum, Torrington
Make-A-Wish Foundations of CT, Trumbull
YMCA, Waterbury
American Mural Project, Winchester
Teen Center of Wilton, Wilton
Playhouse Theatre, West Hartford
West Haven Community House, West Haven
Amity Teen Center, Woodbridge
Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven, Woodbridge
 
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