We are partnering with Hartford Yard Goats again this year on Friday, August 9th and Thursday, August 29th providing some baseball fun for families and people currently in shelters in the City of Hartford. Your support is always needed and appreciated in our efforts to make this community event meaningful to everyone. We believe everyone deserves a place called home. Let’s show our appreciation for some extraordinary nonprofit organizations and the people they serve.
Contributions to this campaign will help support Power Thru the Powder and other events that support individuals with disabilities and the homeless community. We’re excited to continue providing help directly to those who need help the most and continue contributing meaningful positive change.
Power Thru the Powder Weekend on February 2nd and February 3rd is one of the largest adaptive skiing and snowboarding events for people with different abilities and disabilities in the Northeast. A weekend filled with inspiration on and off the slopes, networking families to one another as well as recognizing and bringing visibility to many incredible nonprofit organizations in the community. Please visit us at https://powerthruthepowder.org to learn more, donate, sponsor and get involved.
Dollar Giving is looking for runners for the Hartford Marathon to give back to the Hartford community. Registration can be completed online with an initial donation of $100 which will complete your entry into the Hartford Marathon. Fundraising you complete will go toward nonprofits in Hartford including Hands on Hartford. Their MANNA food programs provide basic needs to thousands of individuals in Hartford each month. Through Community Meals, Backpack Nutrition Program and Pantry & Neighborhood Services, Hands on Hartford provides many supportive services to those in need. Dollar Giving will provide a personal Campaign page upon registration for individual fundraising.
Assisting homeless people improve their life situation through housing and supportive services, South Park Inn serves nearly 1,500 adults and children each year. This campaign will replace old bags and trash bags with new duffel bags for ten individuals looking to rebuild their lives.
- 50.02% Funded
- $125.04 Pledged
Support Peace Center of Connecticut’s efforts propelling change in Connecticut for more peaceful community where differences are respected and violence is not tolerated. The members of Youth Peace Alliance want to bring positive messaging and achieve peace in the Hartford community through the engagement of Peace Poles.
- 0.00% Funded
- $0.00 Pledged
Strengthening the community by empowering families to change their lives through homeownership opportunities, Hartford Habitat is working to make a positive difference in Greater Hartford’s neighborhoods. Contributions to this campaign will help pay for exterior doors of a new home.
- 0.40% Funded
- $1.00 Pledged
Building greener, stronger, healthier and more beautiful neighborhoods in Hartford, KNOX’s community gardening program directly provides healthy and affordable food to 400+ Hartford families. Help us purchase a picnic table for their Evergreen Community Garden inspiring a more relaxing and community driven atmosphere.
- 0.58% Funded
- $1.75 Pledged
Hartford Yard Goats vs Trenton Thunder at Dunkin Donuts Park; Friday, August 24th, 2018; Start Time: 7:05 PM. In partnership with the Hartford Yard Goats, Dollar Giving is spreading awareness of homelessness and transitional housing in the Hartford community. Help us fund efforts to provide a memorable summer night to those individuals and families living in shelters. We believe everyone deserves a place to call home, let’s show our appreciation for some extraordinary nonprofit organizations!
- 117.29% Funded
- $2,345.71 Pledged
- Campaign has ended
We are running a quick campaign to help the McKinney Men's Shelter raise $150 in order to buy new duffel bags and backpacks. The 78-bed shelter offers overnight beds, dinner, breakfast, and showers. A day program for men with medical needs operates at the shelter. Staff helps with housing, jobs, counseling, drug/alcohol use, mental illness, HIV/AIDS and other issues. Lunch is offered to day program participants.
- 130.00% Funded
- $195.00 Pledged
- Campaign has ended