Connecticut Water Helps The Arc Eastern CT with Energy Assistance Project

The Arc Eastern Connecticut received $2,500 from Connecticut Water as part of Connecticut’s 2019 Neighborhood Assistant Act Tax credit program. The company’s participation helped The Arc ECT to begin upgrading aging and drafty windows at its Mechanic Street, Danielson building, which houses day supports for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. “Connecticut Water has been an an annual participant in the Neighborhood Assistance Act program,” said Judy Daviau, Deputy Quality Assurance Officer for Day Services at The Arc ECT. “They give back to so many deserving agencies throughout the state; we’re honored to have been a recipient of their support this year. ” Connecticut Water is dedicated to providing its 95,000 customers in 56 towns throughout the state with high quality drinking water, and is committed to conservation, health, and safety.

The Connecticut Neighborhood Assistance program allows certain firms to invest in community programs and receive 100% tax credit for energy conservation initiatives. Businesses interested in participating in the 2020 Neighborhood Assistance Act program can contact The Arc ECT for more information.
The Arc Eastern Connecticut provides residential, day, and employment supports to over 800 people with IDD and their families throughout the region.

To learn more about The Arc ETC’s programs, please visit thearcect.org or contact Denise Tift at (860) 889-4435, ext. 116.

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