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“I’ve had cystic fibrosis my whole life. I have to take medicine every time I eat, and sometimes, when my caughs get really bad, my parents have to pound on my back. Trust me, it’s no fun. Thank you for helping Community Health Charities of CT to end this disease once and for all.”

- Tommy Clarkson, Ridgefield, Connecticut

“Earlier this year, my three-year-old son, Gilin, was diagnosed with cancer. At the same time, I lost my job. We called the American Cancer Society. They helped us understand the disease and found us a support group and financial help. It’s a comfort to know that Community Health Charities of CT agencies are there when you need them.”

- Byron Wilson, Norwich, Connecticut

“When my husband was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, I was at the lowest point in my life. Fortunetely, I called the Alzheimer’s Association, which is supported by Community Health Charities of CT. They provided us with moral support and taught us how to get by one day at a time. Thank you for helping.”

- Julia Bronder, Trumbull, Connecticut

“We learn how to prevent asthma attacks and have fun at the American Lung Association’s Camp Treasure Chest.”

Over 56,000 Connecticut children have asthma.

- Isis Wright and Louis Casiano, Bridgeport Connecticut

“Cerebral palsy doesn’t slow Sylvia down! Innovative and diverse services provided by United Cerebral Palsy help her maintain an active and rewarding lifestyle.”

- Sylvia Lachapelle, Voluntown, Connecticut

“When my grandson, Jack, was diagnosed with cancer, the American Cancer Society and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society were there to help our family, providing support and life-saving research.  Jack and I thank you.”

- Jack Trout, Old Greenwich Connecticut

“Being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis can be devastating, but the MS Sociaty helped us to better understand the disease. All you have to do is ask, and the help is there for you.”

- Betty & Joe Maisano, Bethel Connecticut