Our Community Partners

The support and generosity of foundations, service organizations and businesses in our community has allowed us to continue providing supports, services and advocacy for some of our region’s most vulnerable citizens. We literally could not do what we do without their assistance.

AHEPA Foundation

Amarante's Winter Wonderland

American Truck Historical Society

Arc US/Walmart Foundation

Bailey's Team For Autism

Big Y World Class Market - Community Bag Program

BlumShapiro

Bob's Discount Furniture Charitable Foundation, Inc

Elsie A. Brown Fund

Mary Duke Brown Fund

Charter Oak Federal Credit Union

Chelsea Groton Foundation

Columbian Charities of Connecticut, Inc.

Comcast

Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut

Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority

Dime Bank Foundation

Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation

Electric Boat ECS Association

Friends of G 

Jason Moskowitz

Jewett City Savings Bank Foundation

Knights of Columbus Councils # 12705, 1730, 4025, 7054, 4314, 13, 8903, 34, 2003, 49

Ledyard Garden Club

Ledyard Rotary Foundation

Legatus of Providence

The Edward and Mary Lord Foundation

Melwood Horticultural Training Center

Michael Vincent Sage Dragonheart Foundation

MJ Sullivan Automotive Group

New London Telephone Employees 

Norwich Public Utilities

Town of Old Lyme

People's United Community Foundation

Pfizer Connecticut Labs 

The Putnam Bank Foundation

Putnam Rotary Club

Rose City Financial Services

S & S Worldwide (C & S S F F)

Sava Insurance Group

Savings Institute Bank & Trust

Savings Institute Foundation

Sensations Charitable Foundation, Inc

Special Olympics

State of CT Department of Transportation

State of CT Office of Policy & Management

The Rotary Club of Norwich

Tootin’ Hills School P.T.O.

United Way of Southeastern CT

Town of Waterford

Waterford Police Union #1948

Women of the Moose

Workers Compensation Trust

We’re equally indebted to the over 600 individuals and families who give their time, labor, and gifts of cash and materials to help the Arc ECT and its programs each year. From planting gardens to volunteering at our fundraisers to providing mountains of holiday gifts, their dedication, support, and commitment to our mission makes an enormous difference in the lives of the people we support.

The Arc Quinebaug Valley and The Arc New London County merged in July 2019 to form The Arc Eastern Connecticut.  Both agencies were established in 1952 by parents of children with intellectual disabilities in order to ensure equal participation and choice in school, in the workplace, and in their communities. Combining program and staff strengths, The Arc Eastern Connecticut now serves the entire eastern CT region and is the largest chapter of The Arc in the state.

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The Arc Eastern Connecticut

125 Sachem Street

Norwich, Connecticut 06360

T: 860.889.4435

F: 860.889.4662

E: info@thearcect.org

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