How your donations help "A Local Cause For Our Local Kids"

as of November 8, 2016

  1. Camp MOE had received $15,000 for camperships
  2. Torrington Varsity Alumni Club, Inc. received $2,000 for Scholar-Athletes
  3. CHH and CT Children's Hospital will be given monies for specific items (which are to be determined)

    with an Extra Special Thank You, for the support in creating another successful event, to
  4. Fast-Tracking Timing
  5. Alcoa
  6. UCONN Torrington Campus

as of November 12, 2015

  1. Camp MOE had (335) campers benefit from Miles4Moe by recieving scholarships for their camp tuition
  2. Connecticut's Children's Medical Hospital
  3. Torrington High School Football Club

    with an Extra Special Thank You, for the support in creating another successful event, to
  4. Fast-Tracking Timing
  5. Alcoa
  6. UCONN Torrington Campus

as of December 31, 2014

  1. The Blood Drive collected 24 units of blood
  2. Camp MOE received $18,000 towards (293) camper scholarships and MOE Day
  3. Charlotte Hungerford Hospital received $1,000
  4. Connecticut's Children's Medical Hospital received $1,000
  5. Torrington Middle School Athletic Department received $1,000
  6. Sponsor of the Torrington High School 2014 Football MVP Offense and Defense Award

as of November 22, 2013

  1. The Blood Drive collected 38 units of blood
  2. Camp MOE received $18,000 towards (268) camper scholarships and MOE Day
  3. Charlotte Hungerford Hospital received $1,000
  4. Connecticut's Children's Medical Hospital received $3,500

as of June 18, 2013

  1. The Blood Drive collected 50 units of blood; which helped save the lives of 150 hospital patients
  2. Camp MOE received $16,000 towards (209) camper scholarships and Moe Day
  3. Charlotte Hungerford Hospital received $800 for a pedi-toy charity
  4. Torrington Southwest School received $3,500 towards their Special Needs Playscape Fund
  5. Connecticut Children's Medical Center received $3,000 towards their "Family Assistance Fund" that purchases gift cards to places such as Wal-Mart, Stop & Shop, Mobil/Exxon for oncology families for basics like food, gas and personal care items.

    Other specific examples of how CCMC donations were used are:
    1. It helped Amy's (17 - diagnosed with lymphoma) family with expenses after just moving to CT.

    2. It paid rent and phone bills for James (16 - diagnosed with lymphoma) whose single parent mom had to take a leave of absence from her job to care for her son during his treatment.

    3. It helped pay for car repairs for Tyler (16 - diagnosed with multiple relapsed leukemia) whose single mom lived on very limited financial resources.

    4. It helped fill oil tanks for (3) families who were unable to afford this as they lost income due to their child's cancer diagnosis.

    5. It helped (3) families with funeral expenses.

 

Visit the websites of a few of our beneficiaries

  • Camp MOE - Torrington, CT
    CampMOE websiteThe mission of Camp MOE is to provide an ideal outdoor recreation environment where all children have the opportunity to develop friendships, leadership, self awareness and respect for others.

  • Connecticut Children's Medical Center - Hartford, CT
    Connecticut Children's Medical CenterConnecticut Children's Medical Center is dedicated to improving the physical and emotional health of children through family-centered care, research, education and advocacy. We embrace discovery, teamwork, integrity and excellence in all that we do.

  • LARC
    LARC TorringtonGuided by a vision of Community for All, LARC offers residential, employment, day support and community services to individuals with a variety of intellectual and developmental disabilities throughout Litchfield County. For fifty years, LARC has promoted individual empowerment, choice, respect, and dignity.

 

Beneficiaries updates will be announced at a later date. Thank you in advance for your contribution to help special needs children and their families.

~ Colleen & Emil Renzullo and Tami Ostroski
    Miles for Moe Foundation.org