Ways to support CHD


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  • Big Brothers Big Sisters
    For more than 100 years, Big Brothers Big Sisters has operated under the belief that inherent in every child is the ability to succeed and thrive in life. As the nation’s largest donor and volunteer supported mentoring network, Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”), ages 6 through 18, in communities across the country. We develop positive relationships that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of young people. 
  • Cancer House of Hope
    Cancer House of Hope works to enhance the lives of people with cancer and those who care about them by providing emotional, educational, social, and spiritual support. Cancer House of Hope provides free-of-charge cancer support services and relaxation programs for those who face this devastating disease.
    Your donations ensure that the Cancer House of Hope will be here for our family members, our friends, and even for you if you are undergoing treatment, recently lost someone to cancer, or just received a diagnosis. Your gift provides comfort, support, and most of all, hope.
  • Connecticut Hospitality Center
    The CHD Hospitality Center on East Main Street in Waterbury is a true haven for the homeless population. Here, homeless persons have the opportunity to take a shower, do laundry, use a computer or telephone, collect mail, take shelter from snow, cold and rain, and enjoy a brief respite from the harshness of living on the street. In addition to meeting these basic needs, the Hospitality Center also provides information about programs designed to move people out of homelessness.
  • Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)
    Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Hampden County trains community volunteers to advocate for abused and neglected children in the court system.
    Your donations are tax deductible and will be used for recruitment of new volunteers and emergency support to the children we work with.
  • All In: Barrier Free Recreation
    CHD Disability Resources is open to all individuals of all abilities. Through a variety of activities, from adaptive sports and recreational outings to social gatherings and educational events, we seek to enhance the self-confidence, interactive skills and physical abilities of program participants.
  • Family Outreach of Amherst
    Family Outreach of Amherst (FOA) supports and assists the most vulnerable members of our community by working with families who struggle with mental health, trauma, medical, substance abuse, and life skills issues. We believe that although our clients struggle with these issues, they are still experts in their own lives. By providing advocacy and case management support, FOA not only ensures that families receive services so that their basic needs are met, but we also help families identify ways to make their lives better.
  • CHD - Donations to All Other Programs
    To donate to a program not listed on our donation page, please enter the amount you wish to give and add this "item" to your cart. When you check out, you will have an opportunity to enter the name of a specific CHD program that you would like to support. Please feel free to call CHD's Development Office with any questions: (413) 733-8252 or donations@chd.org
  • Grace House
    The family recovery program at Grace House, located in Northampton, is a residential treatment program for women who are recovering from a substance addiction while reuniting with their young children.
  • Jessie's House
    Jessie’s House serves and guides homeless families toward a future of hope, good health, and a safe place to call home by assisting them in developing the skills needed to establish sustainable self-sufficiency. The staff at Jessie’s House provides outreach services to help families continue on the path to success after leaving the shelter and promotes community awareness of homelessness and related issues.
  • MaryAnne's Kids
    A common misperception exists that foster children are different from other children. This could not be further from the truth. Foster children are just that—children. They participate in the same activities as other children. They go to school, play sports, have hobbies and join clubs. MaryAnne's Kids uses the funds it raises to make sure foster children have access to these childhood experiences, and so much more.
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