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It takes two, baby (or three, or more)

Our work as a foundation is always done in partnership with others: nonprofits, other funders, businesses, or government agencies.

Our nonprofit partners are too many to list here (check out our lists of grants from previous years and you’ll find them), but here are some of the other groups we’ve worked with over the years on collaborative grants, educational programs, and community projects:

Funding Partners

American Savings Foundation
Bank of America
Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut Foundation
Charter Oak Federal Credit Union
Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut
Community Foundation of Middlesex County
Connecticut Council for Philanthropy
Dime Bank Foundation
Dominion Foundation
Edward and Mary Lord Foundation
The Fund for Greater Hartford
James H. Napier Foundation
Lumina Foundation
Middlesex United Way
NewAlliance Foundation
People’s United Community Foundation
SBM Charitable Foundation
SI Financial Group Foundation
Sea Research Foundation
Travelers Foundation
United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut
United Way of Greater New Haven
United Way of Southeastern Connecticut
Valley Community Foundation
Webster Bank
William Caspar Graustein Memorial Fund

Business Sector Partners

Berkshire Hathaway Home Services New England
Bob’s Discount Furniture
The Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut
Charter Oak Federal Credit Union
Chelsea Groton Bank
Citizens Bank
CorePlus Federal Credit Union
Dime Bank
Eastern Savings Bank
Middle Oak
Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce
Sava Insurance Group
The Savings Institute Bank & Trust

Public Sector Partners

City of Middletown
City of New London
Connecticut Commission on Children
Meriden Youth Services
Middlesex Community College
Middletown Public Schools
Middletown Youth Services
Montville Public Schools
New London Public Schools
Norwich Public Schools
Norwich Youth Services
Three Rivers Community College
Wallingford Youth and Social Services
Windham Public Schools
“What is so special and unique about our connection to the Foundation is that it’s not just about receiving
a check and a handshake.  It’s about entering into a strategic partnership, in which both the staff and
the Board of Directors become fully engaged, sleeves up and hands on, partners in ensuring the success
of our shared endeavors to better our community.”
— Jeffrey Beadle, Executive Director, Windham Regional Community Council