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Press Releases

St.Thomas’ “Adopts” Social Worker to Aid Abused Children

BETHEL — St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church last Sunday joined Covenant to Care for Children’s Adopt a Social Worker (AASW) program. AASW matches faith communities partner with a Connecticut child protective social worker to address unmet needs of area children who are abused, neglected or severely impoverished. Participating social workers volunteer their time to communicate the needs of children on their case loads, and the congregations do their best to fill those needs. Read more…

CommonGood

Hartford’s Common Ground Program

Leadership Greater Hartford’s Common Ground program successfully responded to a request for help from the Covenant to Care for Children’s Critical Goods Program and increased the quantity and efficiency of clothing provided to children in need. The Common Ground class of 35 teens, of diverse backgrounds and from both urban and suburban schools, raised over $1300 for CCC. Organizing various activities in their home schools to raise the needed funds, they purchased 90 bins, 15 shelving units, 3 six-foot folding tables, and contributed $300 in cash. In one Sunday afternoon they assembled the shelves, sorted, folded and organized the clothes into the neatly labeled bins, and redesigned the layout and space. This effort physically expanded the closet by 1400 square feet – the size of an additional office! Read more…

BJ’s Charitable Foundation Grants $6,000 to CCC

Covenant to Care for Children recently received a $6,000 grant from the BJ’s Charitable Foundation. CCC will use the grant to purchase bed & cribs as well as school uniforms, backpacks, school supplies, and other tangible goods for the Critical Goods Program and Children’s Enrichment Fund. Read more…

Southbury Women’s Club Supports CCC
Southbury Women’s Club Seeks Artists For Fall Fine Arts Festival Of Southbury.
Click here for press release and more info. 

Covenant to Care for Children Discovered Spirits Project in Fairfield
Southport Galleries hosts Covenant to Care for Children’s annual installation of mask art.
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Businesses Provide Assistance to Local Family
Covenant to Care for Children, Pete’s CARSTAR and Farmers Insurance present a refurbished car to local family in need at Pete’s CARSTAR in South Windsor.

7th Annual Monkey Love Valentine Drive Collection Begins
Jennifer Sneider, owner of J-Cuts located at 505 Howe Avenue, downtown Shelton, has begun to collect stuffed monkeys for Valentine’s Day. Donations can be dropped off from January 1st through February 8th.
Click here for press release and more info. 

Toy Drive and a New Car for a Family in Need!
Blessing of the Backpacks
Pete’s CARSTAR of South Windsor and Farmers Insurance Group have come together to donate a car to a well-deserving family in need, to be selected by Covenant to Care for Children from the families they currently serve. Pete’s CARSTAR will also be conducting a Toy Drive December 8 – 20. Those who make a donation at Pete’s CARSTAR may enter a raffle drawing to receive a free auto detailing, valued at $150.

First Church of Christ, Simsbury
Blessing of the Backpacks
A FALL MILESTONE FOR STUDENTS
And since too many students in our surrounding communities don’t have backpacks or the necessary school supplies, we are asking you to consider purchasing supplies, an extra backpack, or contribute money to our Covenant to Care Outreach Ministries. Please bring your donations to worship on the 26th.
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Groupon Partners With CCC To Raise Funds To Provide School Supplies To Children
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Covenant to Care for Children (CCC), is pleased to announce the receipt of a generous $1,000 gift from Wells Fargo, designated for CCC’s Community Partner Program.

Chai Lights a weekly update of news and events for the Beth Isreal Congregation
Covenant to Care for Children is in immediate need of infant 6 to 9 month and newborn clothing sizes for boys. 

Newtown Bee
By Nancy K. Crevier

A Caring Connection For Local Women’s Club
Linked to the Bloomfield-based Covenant to Care for Children (CCC) through its mother organization, Connecticut Junior Women’s Club, the Newtown Junior Women’s Club (NJWC) has quietly spent the last four years supporting that organization through various fundraisers and the Adopt-A-Social-Worker program. 

Newtown Bee
By Nancy K. Crevier

Six rock musicians who graduated together in 1971 from Staples High School in Westport — including three who hit it big in the music industry — plan a reunion concert to benefit Covenant to Care and a food pantry. 
Westport News

The Newtown Junior Women’s Club has joined forces to support Covenant to Care for Children as its current four-year project affiliation. 
by Sharon Hicks

Covenant to Care was a recipient of The Savings Institute Bank & Trust Company biannual distribution of grants. In photo Demetrio Ricciardone of The Savings Institute Bank & Trust Company and Caryl Hallberg
Link to Bank Press Release
January 25, 2012

Simsbury United Methodist Church’s congregation helps social workers meet the needs of neglected, impoverished, and abused children.
Link to Congregation’s Press Release
January 21, 2012

Liberty Bank Donates Money and Clothing to Covenant to Care for Children
Link to Chamber of Commerce Press Release
December 19, 2011

Thanksgiving Baskets for Covenant to Care for Children
Grace Episcopal Church Outreach

November 6, 2011

ABC’s “Secret Millionaire” James Malinchak Celebrates With Planned Giving
Secret Millionaire Contest Winners

October 19, 2011
DigitalJournal.com

2nd ANNUAL “ROCK THE HALL” TO BENEFIT COVENANT TO CARE FOR CHILDREN

Covenant to Care for Children holds fundraiser, November 11
September 29, 2011
MyWestHartfordLife.com

4th Annual Back to School Book Bag and School Supply Drive in Shelton
July 8, 2011

Planned Giving Contest Winner Announced By Donor Motivation Program
June 16, 2011

Representatives Tony Hwang and First Selectman Ken Flatto presented the awards at the Discovered Spirit artists’ reception Sunday
March 20, 2011

A Little Valentine Love in the Valley
February 14, 2011
Valley Independent Sentinel

Newtown Girl Scouts Raising Awareness for Covenant to Care
November 17, 2010

Courant.com article
Courant.com PDF version

Lori Rittman Clark, Partner, Named Women in Law High
Achiever for 2010 by Connecticut Law Tribune
Covenant to Care Board Chair achieves honor.
PRLog, September 17, 2010

Recent Grant Awards By Area Foundation
A $2500 grant was awarded to Covenant to Care for Children to provide goods and services for abused and/or neglected children (from the Carlton D. and Jenny R. Fyler Fund).
Litchfield County Times, August 19, 2010

BJ’s Charitable Foundation Donates Nearly $580000 to 86 Nonprofits
CSRwire.com, June 30, 2010

Representative Tony Hwang to judge The Discovered Spirit Project Masks 
March 4, 2010

Program Offers a Silver Lining for Some Prom-goers
March 1, 2010

The Discovered Spirit Project
January 19, 2010

Luther’s Launches Monkey Love
January 8, 2010

$2.6 Million Targets Food, Fuel, Housing, Tight Budgets
December 2009

Santa will visit Rochambeau Middle School from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, December 11, at 100 Peter Rd. Covenant to Care will have donation box available.

Shepherd check presentation

Donation received from Shepherd of the Hills Ev. Lutheran Church
November 10, 2009

Radio show feature about our Toy Drive
November 25, 2009

Sunday Backpack Drive

Congregational Church of Plainville Backpack Sunday Supplies Were Distributed to Children this Week
September 1, 2009

Luther’s Garage School Supply Drive Underway
August 17, 2009

CJW is embarking on a new four year affiliation with a new State Project entitled Covenant to Care for Children

CJW Project Details
June 17, 2009

Wolf Pack Community Foundation Approves Five New Grant Requests
June 16, 2009

CCC On the Radio June 28th, 6:50 AM – Script Release
June 10, 2009

Short Term Tiny Saving in State Budget Could Cost Millions in the First year. Covenant to Care for Children removed in Rell’s budget proposal.
June 1, 2009

The Spire
May 26, 2009

Letter to the Editor
April 2, 2009

April is Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month
April 2, 2009

Local Group Brings Awareness to the Issue of Child Abuse Starting with the First Weekend in April Statewide Prayer
April 1, 2009

More Connecticut Faith-Based Groups Join in State-wide Prayer to End Child Abuse
March 31, 2009

Connecticut Faith-Based Groups Join in State-wide Prayer to End Child Abuse
March 6, 2009

KBE Make A Difference

KBE Building Corporation Selects Projects for “50 Ways to Make A Difference” Initiative – Projects include financial donations and hands on volunteering 
April 8, 2009

Nonprofit Helps Teens Dress to Impress
March 29, 2009

Connecticut Faith-Based Groups Join in Statewide Prayer to End Child Abuse Set for First Weekend in April
March 6, 2009

Best and the Rest for the Past Week, The Connecticut Post
February 26, 2009

Monkey Love Valentine Drive in Shelton Amazing Success
February 24, 2009

City of Waterbury PPB Mentoring Endorsement
January 23, 2009

Fast Facts – Covenant to Care for Children, Inc. (CCC)
January 13, 2009

National Mentoring Month
January, 2009

Covenant to care toy drive

The Toy Drive and the Snow
December 2008

CT HOLA

CT HOLA Awards $5,000 Grant to Covenant to Care for Children
December 2008

Sound Tigers Offers Free Kids Tickets
December 2008

Payless Shoe Source Announces Donation Partners
December 2008

Toy Drive and Teddy Toss
December 2008

Charity Fundraisers Feeling the Pinch
December 2008

Dancing with Covenant Stars

Dancing with Covenant Stars Event Photos
November 2008

Dancing with Covenant Stars Rehearsals Photo Gallery
November 2008

Here Come the Judges
November 2008

Dancing with the Stars Comes to Hartford
Ocober 2008

Community Foundation of Northwest Connecticut Helps Furnish Homes of Children in Need
August 2008

Main Street Community Foundation Helps Bristol Children Get a Good Night’s Sleep
August 2008

Covenant to Care for Children Sets Sights on the Future
August 2008

The SI Financial Group Foundation, Inc. works to ensure that all children have a place to sleep
August 2008

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Connecticut and Western Massachusetts helps to preserve family unity
August 2008

William and Alice Mortensen Foundation provides crucial furniture for needy children
August 2008

Covenant to Care for Children Participates in Hartford Cares
June 30, 2008

New Covenant to Care for Children Invited to White House
February 2008

Monkeys Abound In Downtown Shelton
February 2008

Shelton Residents Sent Children Back-to-School in 
August 2007