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Your Donation Counts

 ALL PROCEEDS WILL BENEFIT THESE LOCAL, NON-PROFIT CHILDRENS ORGANIZATIONS:

Molly Ann Tango
Memorial Foundation

The Molly Ann Tango Memorial Foundation is dedicated to enriching the lives of children with special needs and their families. The Foundation helps finance the purchase of much-needed medical equipment and services when insurance is exhausted and other social programs are not available. In addition to financial support, the Foundation helps families navigate the medical and social communities to find the products and services that will specifically meet their needs.

Covenant Preparatory School of Hartford

Covenant Preparatory School opened in 2008 in order to meet the educational needs of under-served families. The school partners with students, families, staff and volunteers to form a pact, or covenant, to fulfill the mission of the school. Parents are an active part of the school. Funding for the school comes from individual donors, foundations, corporate sponsorships and grants. Covenant Prep provides young men from underserved communities the foundation required to successfully pursue higher education, to develop the strength of their character and to inspire them to live with integrity as leaders committed to their communities

The Miracle League
of Connecticut

In 2012 a seed was planted in the special needs community when The Miracle League of CT opened the very first fully accessible baseball field in New England. 30 players including Johnny Moran, played baseball on that field the first year. The program now draws over 160 players each year from all over the state. What has blossomed beyond baseball has been incredible. 

Today, Miracle League of CT programs include Everybody Dance Now, iCan Bike, We’re Putting on a Show, Super Sports Saturdays, MLCT Adapted Swim Lessons, Sibshops, and many others, all adapted to meet the unique needs of the children and families that they serve. 

In 2022 The Miracle League of CT will celebrate 10 years of making a difference. By removing the barriers that prevent children with special needs from participating in activities we all take for granted for typically developing children, the Miracle League of CT advocates for their motto – “Every Child Deserves a Chance to Play.”

CLOVER CLUB CHARITY OF 2022
Hartford's Camp Courant

As the oldest and largest FREE summer day camp in the nation, Hartford’s Camp Courant provides a safe, exciting and educational environment in which Hartford’s youth, ages 5 through 12, participate in active learning opportunities and fun activities focused on positive youth development and healthy lifestyle choices.  Campers become part of a historic camp community that continues to grow and evolve but has also stood the test of time for 127 years. 

As a youth development organization, we combine traditional camp activities with enrichment programming that exposes our campers to ideas and opportunities that spark their imaginations and inspire them to be their best in a safe, nurturing, fresh-air setting. Hartford’s Camp Courant provides round-trip transportation, preventive and acute health and social work services, two nutritious meals a day, and recreational, educational and developmental activities, all at no cost to the camper or his or her family.