The Home Builders & Remodelers Association Charitable Foundation was established, and recognized by the IRS, in 2010 as a 501(c)(3) charitable, non-profit organization and is dedicated to being the philanthropic arm of the Home Builders Association of Hartford County.
The Foundation’s mission is to highlight the commitment and generosity of HBRA members and the building industry by creating a better quality of life for residents in central Connecticut. This is done by supporting community organizations, contributing to community service projects, and providing scholarships for students and member employees pursuing a education and a career related to the building industry.
Throughout the HBRA’s more than seventy year history, our members have been very generous with their support of charitable organizations that help those less fortunate. Sometimes this support has been through direct financial contributions, but often it has been through the donation of labor, materials, professional expertise and services.
Foundations We Support
Over the years the Home Builders & Remodelers Association has endowed a fund at the University of Connecticut Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. These funds have been used to supply life saving equipment for some of the most critical patients in need and provide local accommodations for families utilizing the NICU service. The Foundation has also supported:
- Coram Deo, Inc.
- The Salvation Army Holiday Store
- The Jimmy Fund
- Jonathan’s Dream Playground
- The Hope Partnership
- Home for Our Troops
- Homes For Heroes
- Habitat for Humanity
- Auer Farm
- CdLS Foundation
- The HBA pavilion for the campers at the Channel 3 Kids Camp
- Adam’s Adventure
- Food Share
- Oklahoma Home Builders Tornado Relief Effort
- Killingly Alternative Learning Program
- St. Gerard’s Center for Life
- Bread for Life
- Avon Fire Department
- Lea’s Foundation for Leukemia Research
- Gaylord Hospital
- The HBRA Student Design Competition Scholarships
- And many more!
We hope you will support the HBRA’s charitable efforts through the HBRA Charitable Foundation.
For more information, please contact us at 860-563-4212.
Download the HBRA Charitable Foundation Donation Form