POLL: Help Choose Which Greater Danbury Charity Receives $250
The charity that gets the most votes will receive a $250 check courtesy of The Flood Law Firm, as well as a bank of radio commercials courtesy of Townsquare Media to generate awareness for their cause. Vote in the graphic poll below for the local charity that you think is most worthy of this recognition.
Congrats to Ability Beyond, which was selected in February.
Here's a closer look at this month's amazing charities:
A compassionate nonprofit serving Connecticut and Hudson Valley, New York, with professional counseling, support groups, wellness activities, and educational resources. Additionally, they support cancer patients who come to them for aid by "assisting you and your loved ones to create a unique pathway through cancer that enhances your quality of life."
For more info on them, check out their website here: AnnsPlace.org
TBICO (an acronym for The Bridge to Independence and Career Opportunities) "is a resource center for individuals and families seeking to achieve sustainable self-sufficiency through employment, financial literacy, and stable housing," according to its website. This organization prides itself on meeting clients where they are in their journey to greater independence and stability and helping them reach their goals.
To learn more about them, see tbicoworks.org.
Dream Come True of Western Connecticut
This organization fulfills the wishes of seriously, chronically, and terminally ill children from the Fairfield, Litchfield, and New Haven counties. They've granted wishes to more than 400 local children solely based on volunteer efforts and donations. The dreams they've made come true include visiting the Animal Kingdom at Disney World, receiving a $4,000 gaming computer, and meeting all the Disney princesses.
To learn more about this organization, visit dreamcometruect.org.
Brain Injury Alliance of Connecticut
BIAC has been promoting brain injury recovery and prevention in Connecticut for more than 35 years. "We provide critical resources and support to brain injury survivors, their families and caregivers while educating individuals throughout Connecticut about brain injury awareness and prevention," according to their website.
To learn more about this organization, visit biact.org.