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Joey Logano Foundation Awards $30,000 Grant to The Connection’s Connecting Children and Families Therapeutic Foster Care Program

Middletown, CT. The Joey Logano Foundation has awarded The Connection’s Connecting Children and Families therapeutic foster care program $30,000 in funding to support program services and foster family recruitment efforts.

“The Joey Logano Foundation has been a wonderful resource for The Connection since we first partnered with them in 2014,” said Lisa DeMatteis-Lepore, CEO of The Connection. “Their generous support has allowed us to make a real difference in the lives of so many Connection clients and their families.”

Connecting Children & Families is a licensed, therapeutic foster care program that matches youth of all ages with dedicated foster parents who have opened their hearts and homes to welcome a child. Connecting Children & Families staff members take the time to help prospective parents with all the information and training needed to become a foster parent. Families that provide patience, guidance and structure for children who have experience behavioral health challenges can create a positive outcome for the most vulnerable children in our state. Every child has the potential to develop into a positive member of their community.


For more information, please contact: Allison DeBlasio, The Connection Associate Director of Communications, 860 343-5500, ext. 1603, aldeblasio@theconnectioninc.org

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