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June 20, 2024

CVS Health Foundation grants 15 CT nonprofits $750,000

COSTAR Aetna's Farmington Avenue headquarters in Hartford.

The charitable arm of CVS Health, parent company of Hartford health insurer Aetna, announced it has provided $750,000 in grants to 15 nonprofits in Connecticut.

The funding came from the CVS Health Foundation’s Hometown Fund, which supports nonprofits located where the company has major headquarters operations.

In Connecticut, nonprofits located within a 20-mile radius of the city of Hartford were eligible to apply for funding, which can be used for general operating support. Fifteen Connecticut nonprofits were awarded $50,000 each this year, according to the foundation. They included:

  • COMPASS Youth Collaborative (Hartford)
  • The Hartford Gay and Lesbian Health Collective (Hartford)
  • Mercy Housing and Shelter Corporation (Hartford)
  • Health Equity Solutions (Hartford)
  • YMCA Hartford Region (Hartford)
  • The Center for Latino Progress (Hartford)
  • Dignity Grows (Hartford)
  • Urban League of Greater Hartford (Hartford)
  • Cooper Beech Institute (West Hartford)
  • Keney Park Sustainability Project (Hartford)
  • North Hartford Partnership (Hartford)
  • Camp Courant (Hartford)
  • South Park Inn (Hartford)
  • UR Community Cares (Manchester)
  • Prudence Crandall Center (New Britain)

“We … are confident that our 2024 grantees will continue transforming lives in Connecticut, as well as playing a vital role in enhancing the well being and health of our community,” said Sheryl Burke, senior vice president of corporate social responsibility and chief sustainability officer.

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