Climate Care is so grateful to be able to provide our customers with dependable HVAC and Indoor Air Quality services across Bridgeport, Cos Cob, Darien, Easton, East Haven, Fairfield, Georgetown, Greens Farms, Greenwich, Hamden, New Haven, New Canaan, Norwalk, Westport, Milford, Monroe, Old Greenwich, Riverside, Shelton, Southport, Stamford, Stratford, Trumbull, Weston, and Wilton. This time of year, we find ourselves thinking even more about ways to give back to the communities we serve all year long. Giving and receiving are so closely linked. It’s gratifying to know you’ve helped someone in need, especially in light of the challenges we’ve all faced over the last two years. Here’s a small list of some of the non-profits and charities doing great work in our area. We hope they’ll inspire you to feel gratitude, and to know what a difference each and every one of us can make in the world.
Person-to-Person provides families and individuals in need with assistance to help overcome daily challenges, and provide resources to improve lives, while educating and raising awareness about the impact of poverty and injustice. Assistance includes food, clothing, emergency financial assistance, college scholarships, and a summer camp for children.
Long Island Sound is a source of beauty and the home to a diverse ecosystem that keeps our environment healthy. SoundWaters believes in protection and preservation through education, inspiring children from all backgrounds to understand and protect this precious resource. Sound Waters offers programs that apply dynamic hands-on science to meaningfully develop perspectives that create curious, engaged students who go on to become lifelong environmental stewards.
The ELM Project holds an enriching summer camp for underserved youth living with chronic illness which focuses on building tools for a healthy, independent future.
Their mission is to uplift and empower, helping students develop trust, discover strengths, and realize potential. Regardless of economic, social, or medical challenges, Camp Amerikids believes all children should have the opportunity to experience joyful, carefree, inspiring interactions and learning environments. ELM stands for Encourage, Lead, Mentor, which represent the tenets of the Camp Amerikids’ programming.
Healing Hearts Adaptive Recreation provides social and recreational programs for children of all ages with special needs, supporting them into young adulthood. Their programs focus on building friendships, fitness, and independence. Healing Hearts offers programs ranging from special cultural outings, classes in music, art, and cooking, and a Friday “Club Night” with dancing, games and pizza.
We hope this list has encouraged you to remember all the good things people are doing in our community. Your involvement can truly make a difference in the lives of others. We thank you again for being a part of the Climate Care family. As the nights draw longer, heading toward chillier months, we are honored to be the ones you call to make sure you stay comfortable and cozy. You can reach us anytime at 203-769-9758 or visit our website.
Here’s wishing you and yours a very healthy, happy and abundant Thanksgiving holiday!