Help us to continue a legacy of caring for those around us.
This includes medical and community services to Connecticut’s women and children in need. Your donations make this possible.
Since the Foundation began in 2019, your donations have helped to provide more than 850 families with Thanksgiving dinners. During the holiday season, we’re also able to provide Christmas wish list items for families in the Greater Hartford area.
Your donations are used year-round, as well. With your help, we’ve been able to fund women and children’s surgeries that would not have been possible on their own, sponsor homes through Rebuilding Together Hartford, and supplement everyday necessities throughout the year.
Together, we can help Connecticut families struggling to put food on the table, toys under the tree, and enrich communities in need.
WHO WE ARE
The Angelo S. Carrabba, MD Foundation was founded in memory of Dr. Carrabba, a distinguished physician in the greater Hartford area. In addition to caring for countless patients and serving in numerous leadership roles in the local medical community, Dr. Carrabba is remembered for his immense personal generosity towards those less fortunate. The Foundation aims to encourage physician leadership, patient advocacy, and support for women and children.
Making A Difference One Life At A Time
SUPPORTING THE COMMUNITY
We are continuing Dr. Carrabba's legacy of giving generously to others. The Foundation directly provides medical and community services to women and children in need. Our outreach continues to grow in effort to support strong, healthy futures within our community.
Dr. Carrabba continuously cared for and supported families. He wholeheartedly felt that an individual’s connection to family and community is essential for one’s stability, growth and happiness. This foundation was created to carry on Dr. Carrabba’s generous and empathetic support of anyone in need.
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