Paul Dinto Electrical Contractors, Inc. and our employees have a long-standing commitment to the communities in which we work and live.
Serving Connecticut and Eastern New York, Ann’s Place, The Home of I CAN provides comfort and support to people living with cancer and to their loved ones. We inspire people to create solutions which will strengthen and sustain them. Ann’s Place has become the primary contact for area cancer patients and their families and is a testament to the Founders’ passion to help others to replace fear with hope.
Women's Center of Greater Danbury
The Women’s Center provides free and confidential services to prevent or lessen the trauma associated with domestic violence and other major life transitions. Founded by volunteers in 1975 as a place where women could gather and explore ways to improve their lives, the Women's Center quickly evolved as volunteers responded to community needs. Today, as a professional social service agency, the Women's Center of Greater Danbury continues to rely on the commitment and financial support of its volunteers and members.
The Boy Scouts of America is one of the nation’s largest and most prominent values-based youth development organizations. The BSA provides a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness.
Burlington Historical Society
The Elton Tavern on the town green in the center of Burlington, CT is the headquarters of the Historical Society. This beautiful Federal-style house, built by Giles Griswold in 1810, served as primary home, public house and inn during the next 164 years until the town of Burlington purchased it in 1974. It is now listed on the National Register of Historical Places.
The Children’s Learning Centers
The Children’s Learning Centers offer free tutoring for children diagnosed with dyslexia and also provides support and resources for their parents. They also offer training at no cost to teachers that would like to become certified tutors whether for the center or for their own school program. They have over 50 locations in the United States including one in Waterbury, CT. Fundraising efforts such as an annual Walk for Dyslexia Awareness, corporate sponsorship and state grants ensure that the services are free for anyone and everyone.
Special Olympics is a global organization that serves more than 3.4 million athletes with intellectual disabilities working with hundreds of thousands of volunteers and coaches each year. Since the establishment of Special Olympics in 1968, the number of people with and without intellectual disabilities who are involved with the organization has been growing, but the unmet need to reach more people with intellectual disabilities is staggering.
The American Red Cross
The first office of the American Red Cross in Connecticut was established in 1898. During its more than 110 year history, the Red Cross in Connecticut has provided comfort services to local families affected by fires or weather disasters. Today, the American Red Cross helps Connecticut residents prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies with services provided by small paid staff and a corps of more than 10,000 volunteers.