Historical Black College Fund
Started July 14, 2017
Created by Joanne Reed-Little0 Facebook Friends.
Funds will go to
J&J Corp / School of Behavioral and Mental Health
The kindfund. The Connecticut State Department of Education district’s profile report for the years 2015-16 of the population size 110,366, 29.93% live below the poverty level. A large percentage of the undeserved population suffer with mental or physical disability. The community needs are great and the resources from the states are limited.
We have the programs and services that can improve the quality of life and the communities for a better tomorrow. We will develop and train individuals who have very low or no income in the Waterbury area. See how your dollars can contribute to the job development, job placement, community support, case management, counseling services, and more.
We are an inspirational guideline and a beacon of hope to those who are looking for these services and we need your help and your support. We provide services for people who have physical and mental disabilities or to those who just need special supports. We are here for those who have children who don't understand the mental and physical disabilities they are challenged with. We have training classes that provide you with knowledge on how you can care for your loved ones in your home. Our program does not say no when you walk into our doors or when you ask the question, "How am I going to pay for the services?" We provide 95% of the cost for most clients that walk into our doors. Please make your donation to give Waterbury the hope that they're looking for. Thank you for your great contribution and your time.
You're welcome to come by open location at in Waterbury where we are asking for $50,000 for the credentialing of our school:
1086 E Main St.
Waterbury, CT 06705
And, our prospective future location which will be in New Haven. Our goal to raise is $1,600,000.
188 Bassett St
New Haven, CT 06511
See Western region poverty statistics below:
Town Population Living in Poverty: Barkhamsted 75, Beacon Falls 248, Berlin 854, Bethlehem 274, Cheshire 614, Colebrook 69, Goshen 432, Hartland 136, Harwinton 376, Litchfield 473, Meriden 8,664, Middlebury 299, Morris 92, Naugatuck 2,752, New Hartford 216, Norfolk 143, Prospect 360, Southbury 1,639, Southington 1,585, Thomaston 418, Torrington 3,708, Wallingford 2,066, Watertown 1,006, Winchester 1,321, Wolcott 718, Woodbury 508, Waterbury 29,157, Total other towns 29046. Waterbury's population is 129 over the total of entire region population
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