Charities We Support

A large, brick two-story house with white trim, surrounded by a manicured lawn, a stone wall, neatly trimmed bushes, and flower pots.
The image shows a sign for "Hoffman Landscapes" with an additional "Toys for Tots" banner hanging below it, indicating support for a charity.
Two people are unloading toys from a vehicle's cargo area, smiling at the camera, with snow on the ground indicating winter season.
The image shows the word "paws" in large, three-dimensional letters, with an animal paw print design replacing the 'a', mounted on a pinkish wall.
Three people are standing in an outdoor area with synthetic grass, smiling towards the camera, with a wooden fence and playground equipment in the background.
Three persons are installing artificial turf. Two are kneeling and adjusting the turf edges, while another stands holding turf. They wear work uniforms.
A tan dog with a pink collar is running across a grassy field with several tennis balls scattered around, looking joyful and active.
Several people are assembling packages in a warehouse. Green boxes with labels are arranged on tables with a person inspecting the contents.
A large house is illuminated at night, with path lights and lit paper lanterns lining a driveway amidst trees, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere.
A person stands at the front of a classroom, gesturing towards a projection screen, with attentive children seated at desks, and a person watching from the back.
The image shows a circular outdoor play area enclosed by a patterned fence, featuring trees, benches, play equipment, and a sandpit, with parked cars nearby.
This image features a festive Christmas centerpiece with greenery, red flowers, and decorations on a table, and a poster advertising the Fairfield Christmas Tree Festival 2008.
The image shows a catered event inside a large tent with people gathered around tables filled with various desserts and decorative greenery.

“Thank you for your generous donation of $500 to the Greenwich Tree Conservancy’s Arbor Day Tree Party. Your support enables us to promote and provide responsible tree care and planting in our town.”

JoAnn Messina, Executive Director, Greenwich Tree Conservancy

“Thank you to all our advertisers, and to the individuals, families and businesses

[including Hoffman Landscapes] who made donations to the Walter Schalk Scholarship Fund for the Performing Arts. Those students who apply will receive a donation to further their education.”

— Walter Schalk, The Walter Schalk School of Dance

“Your team has been so AMAZING to work with. We can’t thank you enough for everything [the team at Hoffman did building the outdoor doggie play area for Anna’s Dog Park at PAWS in Norwalk]!”

— Kim Smith, Make-A-Wish Foundation

“We would like to thank you for supporting our Spring for Abilis event by placing an ad valued at $300.00 in our gala journal. The funds raised at the event will help Abilis provide essential services and supports for over 700 individuals with special needs and their families from birth through their lifespan.”

— Dennis W. Perry, President/CEO and Christine Lai, Board Chair, Abilis

“I am pleased to report that Silver Hill Hospital’s Giving Hope Gala raised over $1 million again this year. Thank you for contributing to this special night and for your help in reaching this goal. As you know, every penny raised supports the Financial Aid Fund, which ensures those patients without adequate financial resources, can participate in a residential treatment program.”

— Sigurd Ackerman, MD, President and Medical Director, Silver Hill Hospital

“Thank you for your contribution of $250.00 as sponsor of this year’s Secret Gardens Tour. On behalf of the Board of Trustees, the staff and our community, I would like to express our sincere appreciation for your contribution. With your support of our leading fundraising events we are able to maintain our 40-acre campus, a key element in our ability to engage over 10,000 students in environmental programming this year alone!”

— Laura Heckman, Executive Director, New Canaan Nature Center

“Thank you for your support of the Time for Lyme Gala held on April 11, 2015. The event raised more than $850,000 to support fact-based, scientific research to find better diagnostic tests and a cure for Lyme and other tick-borne diseases.”

— Robert Kobre, Chairman of the board, Lyme Research Alliance

“Thank you for your continued support of Tea for Two Hundred over the past few years. You have helped to make the event a great success. Interfaith AIDS Ministry provides critical support services to families faced with nutritional, physical and spiritual challenges of living with HIV/AIDS, as well as providing vital educational and prevention programs. New Milford VNA Hospice has been providing end of life care for over thirty years. Thanks again for your support.”

— Deborah Matta, Event Producer, New Milford VNA Hospice

“On behalf of the New Canaan Nature Center Board of Trustees and staff, we would like to express our sincere thanks for your generous contribution of $500.00 to sponsor the 2014 Secret Gardens Tour. Thanks to an outstanding group of volunteers, the generosity of local homeowners, and the support of businesses like yours who provide much needed financial support, we are able to host this popular community event and annual fundraiser that attracts over 500 visitors.”

— Laura Heckman, Executive Director and Boardie Kurz, Director of Marketing and Development, New Canaan Nature Center

“On behalf of Lyme Research Alliance, Inc., we gratefully acknowledge and thank you for your donation of $250 received on 4/7/2014 in support of the Time for Lyme Gala… Thanks to the kindness of donors like you, Lyme Research Alliance can continue its work to find definitive diagnostic tools and effective treatments giving new hope to those affected by Lyme disease.”

— Diane Blanchard, Co-President and Deborah Siciliano, Co-President, Lyme Research Alliance

“Thank you so much for agreeing to be the floral sponsor for our upcoming luncheon to benefit the Center for HOPE and the Den for Grieving Kids! As you know, The Center for HOPE and the Den for Grieving Kids are our community’s preeminent resources for children, individuals, and families affected by critical illness, loss, and other life-altering circumstances. This high profile event usually draws roughly 300 women from Darien, New Canaan, and the surrounding communities. Thank you again so much for your help in ensuring that this event is a huge (and beautiful!) success!”

— Aleska Lazarewicz, Special Events Coordinator, Center for Hope
A cozy outdoor patio with lounge chairs, a fire pit, colorful flowers, and a rustic red barn in the background surrounded by lush greenery.

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