Supporting community organizations around Connecticut

Supporting community organizations around Connecticut

At ConnectiCare when we see our members, we see ourselves. It’s important to us that our communities are healthy and vibrant.

02/19/2020

One way we do that is by participating in the Connecticut Neighborhood Assistance Act Tax Credit Program.*

ConnectiCare is contributing to 36 non-profit and municipal organizations throughout the state. These organizations offer a variety of services, including after-school activities, arts and media, education, community services, emergency shelter, new housing, and more.

“Connecticut is rich with caring organizations that help create lively, supportive communities. They enhance the quality of life for those they touch,” says Kim Kann, senior director of public relations and corporate communications at ConnectiCare. “That’s why we’re proud to be a part of this program and support these vital organizations.”


Below are the organizations ConnectiCare is supporting through the Neighborhood Assistance Act program:

  • Amity Teen Center, Woodbridge
  • Artisans Weaving Center, Hartford
  • Bridgeport Rescue Mission, Bridgeport
  • Bushnell Memorial Hall, Hartford
  • Central Connecticut ARC (CCARC), New Britain
  • Cheshire Academy, Cheshire
  • Continuum of Care, New Haven
  • CT Association of Performing Arts, Shubert Theatre, New Haven
  • CT Cancer Foundation, Old Saybrook
  • CT Public Broadcasting, Hartford
  • Epoch Arts, East Hampton
  • Exchange Club Center, Manchester
  • Fairfield Theatre Company, Fairfield
  • Fidelco, Bloomfield
  • Goodspeed Opera House, East Haddam
  • Habitat for Humanity Hartford, Hartford
  • Habitat for Humanity of Coastal Fairfield, Bridgeport
  • Habitat of Humanity Greater New Haven, New Haven
  • Inspirica, Stamford
  • iQuilt, Hartford
  • Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven, Woodbridge
  • Maritime Aquarium, Norwalk
  • Mercy Learning Center, Bridgeport
  • Mill River Collaborative, Stamford
  • Northside Institutions Neighborhood Alliance (NINA), Hartford
  • Operation Hope, Fairfield
  • Playhouse Theatre, West Hartford
  • Prudence Crandall, Plainville
  • St. Vincent de Paul Place, Norwich
  • Sterling House, Stratford
  • Town of East Haddam
  • Town of Ellington
  • Town of Thomaston
  • West Haven Community House
  • Women & Families Center, Meriden
  • YMCA, Waterbury

We’re happy to help these organizations with much-needed support so they can continue to provide opportunities for Connecticut residents.


*Find more information about the Connecticut Neighborhood Assistance Act Tax Credit Program.