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Mission Partners

Columbus House

Believing everyone deserves a safe home, we have partnered with Columbus House for over 25 years.   Dedicated to ending homelessness in Connecticut, they offer temporary shelter, personal growth services and a path to a home for those at risk of or experiencing homelessness in CT. 

We’re back serving a full, hot breakfast one Saturday morning per month in the dining room and to the clients in the Medical Respite floor.    As is our tradition, we will provide a bit of Christmas cheer to those awaiting a home of their own with gifts of socks, scarves, hats, gloves, and gift cards.  And our youth plan to make fleece blankets and greeting cards for the Medical Respite clients.   


Champion: Roberta Hanlon 

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Connecticut Quest for Peace

To offer better educational opportunities and hope for children experiencing poverty in Latin America and Appalachia, we partner with Connecticut Quest for Peace and their effort to provide education, healthcare, nutrition, arts and microfinance initiatives to the poor. 

This in September we will collect student and classroom supplies, lunches, tools, clothes, hygiene, and home supplies. Items needed are warm and cold-weather clothing, shoes, plastic dishware and pots and pans, medical supplies (such as walkers, crutches, dressings, bandages, etc.), school supplies, musical instruments, sports equipment, sewing items (such as material, thread, etc.), linens, and hygiene items.  


Champion:  Karen Miller

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St. Martin de Porres Academy

We partner with St. Martin de Porres Academy’s holistic 12-year program to educate students in low-income families in New Haven, critical to a brighter future for the students.  With the skills they learn, they become much-needed agents of change in their communities. 

Our volunteers currently serve on site as tutors and a librarian and we invite you to consider volunteering your skills with middle school students such as knitting, drama, gardening, sports, cooking, scouting, computers, music, art, are a Ms. or Mr. fix it or tutor.  Our community also responds to specific collections such as headphones for remote learning, bicycles to learn new skills, and “back to school” starter kits for college-bound students.


Champion:  Karen Miller

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Call to Care Uganda

It all starts with water. NMCC is proud to partner with Call to Care to bring health, safety, and education.

To date, we have provided funding for the construction of two wells, and we look forward to see what the future holds for this ministry!


Champion:  Linda Juliani

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