Our GoalTo provide a responsive and direct resource to children in need so that they have the opportunity to achieve their greatest potential. As responsible stewards, CTCF has raised close to $2 million as a result of the generosity of so many.
Make a DonationHeaded to the Connecticut Open August 19-27th and need tickets?
Cherish the Children Foundation will receive 50% of your ticket purchase just for using our code.
To purchase tickets by phone call Tori at 203-776-7331 Ext 5872 and tell her code CO16CTCF.
Have a great summer!
Attend an EventEach year we sponsor multiple events with all proceeds going to our beneficiaries.
The Perfect Day. A Golf and Poker Tournament Supporting Cherish the Children Foundation Co-Hosted by Hathaway Financial Group and Massaro Wealth Management
Monday, August 15, 2016
Glastonbury Hills Country Club
We are UniqueUnlike many non-profit organizations, CTCF is 100% volunteer. That means no salaries, no rent for offices. We are wholly managed by dedicated volunteers who enthusiastically donate their time to help children.
How YOU can help:Please let us know your interest or talent that you are willing to share with us. Any amount of time, in-kind donation or corporate support that you can give is of great value to the success of Cherish the Children. To name a few: Social media/Communications; Data Entry/Administration; Corporate Sponsorship; Raffle/Auction Donor Solicitation. Email us: email@example.com
A few of our most recent beneficiaries
Camper for lifeRose loves her summer Camp. The camp offers a well rounded program for children with special needs including daily special ed. classes, swimming, concerts and activities that further prepare campers for life.
Wheelchair AccessLexi suffers from a rare brittle bone syndrome which limits her physical growth and abilities but doesn't diminish her personality and desire to give back. She now has a wheelchair-accessible bedroom, bathroom and kitchenette with access to the backyard.
Happy BirthdayAnthony and Austin are happy little brothers. Anthony, at just 8 weeks of age, underwent open-heart surgery to repair a severe blockage near his pulmonary valve and a ventricular-septal defect.