Coram Deo is honored to acknowledge the kind and generous donation from Lost Acres Orchards. Their beautiful handmade quilts have brought comfort and warmth to our residents and are a true testament to their mission of supporting their community.
These cozy quilts have not only provided physical warmth but have also contributed to creating a welcoming and comforting atmosphere within our sober housing community. They are more than just blankets; they are symbols of hope and support for our residents who are on a journey towards recovery.
We are grateful for the generosity of Lost Acres Orchards and their commitment to making a difference in the lives of others. Their contribution has made a significant impact on our residents, and we are honored to have such dedicated partners in our work.
At Coram Deo, we strive to provide a supportive and nurturing environment for women in recovery. The donation from Lost Acres Orchards has helped us achieve this goal and reminded us of the kindness and compassion that exist within our community.
Once again, we extend our heartfelt thanks to Lost Acres Orchards for their amazing donation. Their commitment to supporting women in recovery is inspiring, and we are grateful to have them as a partner in our mission to create a brighter future for our residents.
We are thrilled to share with you the wonderful partnership between Coram Deo and Stevens Stockings. Back in December, we collaborated with the incredible team at Stevens Stockings to provide our residents with backpacks and toiletries that are essential for meeting their basic needs and helping them feel supported during their recovery journey.
The backpacks contained a variety of items, including shampoo, conditioner, razors, soap, hats, and gloves, along with some useful stationary items such as pens, pencils, sharpeners, and notepads. Each of these items plays a crucial role in supporting the daily lives of our residents, allowing them to focus on their recovery and feel more confident and self-assured in their journey.
We are grateful for Stevens Stockings’ ongoing support and commitment to serving the recovery community. Their generosity and kindness have made a significant impact on our residents, and we are honored to have such dedicated partners in our work.
At Coram Deo, we are committed to creating a safe, supportive, and empowering environment for women in recovery. By providing them with the tools and resources they need to succeed, we can help them achieve their goals and build a brighter future. Thank you again, Stevens Stockings, for all that you do for us and the recovery community.
We are honored to bring attention to the wonderful initiative led by Amy Bartolucci, Ted Anthony, and James Allen to organize the First Annual Coat Drive in support of Coram Deo.
Their hard work and dedication have made a significant impact on the women in our community, providing them with new coats to help keep them warm during the winter season. These coats are more than just articles of clothing; they are symbols of care and compassion from the wider community, reminding our residents that they are valued and supported as they continue on their path towards recovery.
At Coram Deo, we strive to create a nurturing and supportive environment for women in recovery. Donations like this one from Amy Bartolucci, Ted Anthony, and James Allen are essential in helping us achieve this goal and supporting the women in our care. We are incredibly grateful for them, and their commitment to making a difference in the lives of others is inspiring and serves as a reminder of the power of community.
Thanks again for helping “spread the warmth” to those in need!
We are thrilled to share the wonderful news of our partnership with Macy’s, which has led to the receipt of a generous grant of $4,000 to support our homes for women in recovery. The grant has enabled us to purchase much-needed new sheets, pillows, comforters, coffee makers, pots and pans, silverware, and other essential household items.
The impact of this grant has been significant, not only in meeting the basic needs of our residents but also in providing them with a sense of comfort and security. As part of our partnership, we were honored to have Macy’s store managers from Connecticut and New York come together for a meet and greet with Coram Deo to learn more about our organization and the vital work we do to support women in recovery. It was a great opportunity for us to share our mission and collaborate with a partner who shares our passion for making the world a better place.
This partnership with Macy’s is a win-win-win for all involved. It has allowed us to provide our residents with the resources they need to succeed in their recovery journey while also building new connections and relationships within the wider community.
We are grateful to Macy’s for their generosity and look forward to continuing to work together to create a brighter future for our residents and the wider community.
My name is Kathy Nguyen and I am an intern at Coram Deo. I was born in Connecticut, but my parents moved to the US from Vietnam years before I was born. I grew up in West Hartford, where I worked in stage crew for multiple musicals in middle and high school. In my free time, I enjoy working out, watching funny Tik Toks, and playing on my Nintendo Switch. I have a Bachelor’s in Political Science and Economics from UConn, with minors in psychology and public policy. I will also be finishing my Master’s in Public Administration from UConn in May 2023. I hope to move further out west in the future, to either Texas or California. I hope to work somewhere in the public sector like the Department of Justice, as I have always been passionate about social issues. I want to help make sure that the entire process is running smoothly so that the public can get the help that they need. I was offered the opportunity to intern at Coram Deo for the last 6 months through my Master’s Internship & Professional Practice program. During my internship, I have learned so many different ways in helping women in recovery to succeed. I have been given the opportunity to help be part of a growing team while creating solid policies and procedures.
Thank you Coram Deo!
On August 24, 2022, the staff, women, board of director members, friends, and supporters of Coram Deo gathered in Stanley Park to celebrate 16 years of ongoing ministry and changed lives. Together we enjoyed games, food, music, a playground, corn hole, face-painting and, of course, friendship and fellowship with one another!
A special thanks goes out to the Petit Family Foundation, Jamie Sewell and Southington PowerSports, Pete the Butcher, Gnazzo’s Food Center (Plainville), Wellspring Church, Angelo’s Market (New Britain), and World vision for making the event such a success!
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