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The Hartford

For more than 211 years, this company has provided people and businesses with the support and protection needed to pursue unique ambitions, seize opportunity and prevail through unexpected challenges.

The Hartford is committed to the economic, educational, and workplace opportunities critical to the safety, and security of individuals and communities. Through a joint effort, a combined $50 million from 2018-2022 has been pledged to improve the lives of our neighbors.


This company has been in business for 165 years. Their expertise and focus on innovation have made The Travelers a leader in personal, business and specialty insurance and the only property casualty company in the Dow Jones Industrial Average.

The Travelers philanthropy focuses on giving in three areas that they believe can help to build vibrant and resilient communities: academic and career success, thriving neighborhoods and culturally enriched communities. Funding primarily supports initiatives in Travelers’ key cities of Hartford, Connecticut and St. Paul, Minnesota.

Hartford Foundation for Public Giving

The Hartford Foundation for Public Giving is committed to improving the quality of life for residents throughout the region surrounding Hartford, Connecticut. The organization provides financial and other support to help people and nonprofits serve the community effectively; promotes informed charitable giving in order to expand the region's philanthropic resources; and participates actively in efforts to identify important community needs and opportunities.

Aurora Foundation

This foundation is a catalyst for positive change in the lives of women and girls in Greater Hartford. Aurora is the only women and girls fund exclusively focused on the needs of women and girls in Greater Hartford, and is the only free-standing foundation in Connecticut focused solely on supporting groups that serve women and girls.

Liberty Bank

As a community bank, Liberty Bank keeps the community in mind with everything they do. Not just with the products and services they offer, but in the ways they give back outside the bank as well. They feel, as bankers, they have a responsibility not only to provide excellent financial products and services but also to make their communities better places to live and work.

Through their foundation, established in 1997, the Bank supports nonprofit organizations that their neighbors depend on to build strong families and communities.

Pink Pearl Benefactors

Cheeneah Armstrong - Wanda Broaden - Tracey Butler - Kai Byrd -  Carol Carter Lowery - Norma Cherry - Tamara Gloster - Carolyn Harris-Burney - Dr. LaShanda Harvey - Yvette Highsmith Francis - Afrika Hinds - Gladis Kersaint - Kathy Montague - Cynthia Peoples Hobson - Joyace Peoples - Nyema Pinkney Cranford - Elizabeth Ross Norman - Tracy Singleton - Carolyn Thomas - Annika Warren - Josie Wright


ESPN is inspired by the many athletes, fans and communities that are using sports to make the world a better place. They concentrate their impact on five key areas: Access to Sports, Leadership Through Sports, Good Neighbor grants Environmental Sustainability and the V Foundation. Through employee volunteerism, charitable giving and cause marketing programs, they aim to use the power of sports for social good.

Sweet Dreams Kid Production

Sweet Dreams Kid Productions LLC, established in 2018, is a media production company producing creative content for film and television, primarily by Writer/Producer Lydia Esdaile. Current projects in development include: Cream of the Crop, a documentary feature chronically the story of 8 Black MIT Students in the 1975, who gave rise to decades of trailblazing, socially active, nationally recognized leaders, The Vampire Huntress Legend from the NY Times best selling book series by Soror L.A Banks, and Hamilton Life and Casualty, an original limited suspense dramedy.

McDonald's - Flatbush Avenue

McDonald's - Flatbush Avenue's seven restaurants provide financial and community service to the children's hospitals in Connecticut, and both financial and community service to the Ronald McDonald's House.

Their philanthropic efforts are focused on providing support to the Connecticut Children's Medical Center, Yale New-Haven Children's Hospital and the families that live at the Ronald McDonald House while their children are undergoing essential, specialized medical treatment at hospitals in Connecticut.

The Ronald McDonald House of New Haven is a "home away from home" with 18 guest bedrooms and two respite rooms where families can live (at no cost to them.)

Throughout the year, McDonald's staff and crew visit the families at the Ronald McDonald House to help prepare, cook and service home cooked meals to the families during their stay at the House.

A road to success built with love and support, creates a path of ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES.