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How Donations Help


Your Donation Can Change a Life

CRT provides people in difficult situations to necessary and vital services. Your donation can keep families warm in their homes, care for seniors, provide housing to the homeless. Your donation can truly change a life.

Thanks to the generosity of people like you the Community Renewal Team is able to assist over 130,000 Connecticut residents every year.

We need your support.
One hundred percent (100%) of every donated dollar goes to support more than 60 programs that offer access to essential educational and economic opportunities.

Community Renewal Team (CRT) is a 501(c) 3, nonprofit agency recognized by the IRS and the State of CT. All charitable gifts made to CRT are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.

There are many ways to support the work we do in local neighborhoods. Your support allows us to continue programs and services to improve the lives of families and children in the community.
These are some of the ways your donation can make a difference:
  • Children- $250 buys 50 books for preschool children enrolled in Head Start
  • Hunger- $500 buys 5000 pounds of food for our Food Pantry
  • Seniors- $50 buys two meals per day for 5 days in Meals on Wheels
  • Veterans- $100 buys food, hygiene products and transportation for two weeks for a homeless Veteran residing at Veterans Crossing.
To Make A Donation: Please indicate how you would like your donation to be used:
  • Children
  • Hunger
  • Domestic Violence
  • Employment & Training
  • Mental Health
  • Seniors
  • Veterans
  • Help the Homeless
  • To address the greatest need.
Donate by Mail: Please make your check payable to CRT. Indicate how you would like your donation to be used. 

Mail your donation to:
Community Renewal Team
Development Office
555 Windsor Street
Hartford, CT 06120

Donate by Phone: Call the CRT Development Office at (860) 560-5471 to donate with a credit card.
Updated December 2016  
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