Energy improvements are the most effective way to save money and make your home more comfortable. The average CT homeowner will save an average of $150 a month by making easy improvements like sealing air leaks and adding insulation to their home.Continue Reading →
This year’s breakfast was truly one for the record books! Over 230 of our friends, partners, and supporters attended HDF’s 4rd Annual Benefit Breakfast on April 3 at the Stamford Plaza Hotel. Speakers included Daniel Gross, our Keynote and Editor of Global Finance for Newsweek/Daily Beast, Mayor Michael Pavia of the city of Stamford, an HDF Client, and Breakfast Chairman Clayton Fowler.Continue Reading →
On February 14th, HDF was proud to showcase our expanded offices at 8 West Street, Danbury, CT. The expansion includes a new and state of the art classroom for our First Time Homebuyer and Foreclosure Intervention classes, and offices for HDF’s Danbury-based staff members.Continue Reading →
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HDF celebrated our charter as a member of NeighborWorks America at the Office of Governor Dannel P. Malloy in Hartford yesterday, with remarks from the Governor, HDF President and CEO Joan Carty, NeighborWorks America Northeast Regional Director Deborah Boatright, HDF Board Chair Robin Gallagher of Webster Bank and a gathering of partners, HDF staff and board members.
In June, HDF staff spent a day volunteering at the Clinton Avenue Community Garden in HDF Featured on Neighborworks America BlogBridgeport as part of our first Neighborworks Week. HDF became a chartered member of the NeighborWorks Network in September 2011. Together with Bridgeport Urban Gardens, and with the support of Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation, the whole staff enjoyed a beautiful day outside, giving back to one of the communities we serve.Continue Reading →