Our Partnerships

Our Charitable Foundation partners with a variety of military organizations, veterans groups, mental health facilities, major area hospitals, community action programs, food pantries, including VFW and American Legions and more in all states to help further serve our diverse communities.

The following organizations represent a sample of the array of organizations that we partner with to provide assistance and support to the communities where we live and work.

    • Connecticut
      • Community Renewal Team: Assisting veterans and their families with housing, food, energy bills, recovery, jobs, childcare, veterans services and much more.
    • Maine
      • Partners for World Health: Collecting medical equipment and supplies from area health care facilities, manufacturers and other organizations to prepare and distribute to individuals, communities and health care facilities in need locally and globally.
    • New Hampshire
      • Liberty House: Serving the veteran population of Hooksett, New Hampshire, by providing a “small house community” for sobriety and recovery, mental and physical wellness and a path to self-sufficient living.
    • New York
      • Lighthouse Mission: Committed to “feed the hungry and help the homeless,” with a goal to empower others despite challenging circumstances. Lighthouse Mission is a faith-forward organization that offers community-based outreach programs, clothing and food drives, religious education and programs for at-risk teens and children living in homeless shelters and disadvantaged communities.
      • Material for the Arts: a nonprofit organization in Queens, New York that supplies recycled materials for creating unique pieces of artwork.
    • Pennsylvania
      • Philadelphia Veterans Affairs Medical Center: Providing veterans in the greater Philadelphia area “the world-class benefits and services they have earned — and to do so by adhering to the highest standards of compassion, commitment, excellence, professionalism, integrity, accountability, and stewardship.”
    • Rhode Island
      • After Fire Victims Outreach: Assisting families with essentials in the days following the devastation of a house fire. From clothing, food, and health and beauty items to toys and stuffed animals to keep children comforted, the nonprofit operates out of a small warehouse in Cumberland, RI, and firefighters and police officers volunteer whenever possible.
      • Centro De Innovación Mujer Latina: Providing community support, resources and more to the Latin community of Rhode Island.
      • Project Undercover: Meeting the emergency needs of 20,000 kids by supplying 1,000,000 diapers and 180,000 pairs of underwear and socks every year.
      • Bradley Hospital: Offering comprehensive outpatient mental health evaluation, treatment and services for children, adolescents and families from southern New England.
    • Vermont
      • Vermont Food Bank: Providing charitable food to more than 280 food shelves, meal sites, shelters, senior centers and after-school programs throughout Vermont.