We are so proud of the work our Community Partners do that we’ve made promoting their missions integral to our strategy of growing a large, diverse, and engaged Sustainne community.
Our Community Partners are nonprofit organizations based in CT dedicated to creating a more green and socially conscious Connecticut. Our blog posts, newsletters and social media posts will serve to inform and engage the Sustainne community around their missions, initiatives, programs and events. We look forward to inviting you to our joint events!
Meet our Community Partners!
The Connecticut Food Association is dedicated to promoting the growth of Connecticut’s retail grocery community and its supplier network. Their endeavors have included and will continue to embrace issues affecting food safety, workers’ compensation, business taxation and environmental stewardship and food policy.
The Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County believes that a lively and diverse cultural environment benefits our communities by creating great places to live, deepening our relationships with each other and stimulating the economy.
The Bartlett Arboretum & Gardens in Stamford provides a 93-acre sanctuary to explore, enjoy, and learn about the habitats of the natural world. They work to promote conservation and principles of sustainable landscape management; celebrate biodiversity; and educate through comprehensive environmental, horticulture and plant science programs for children and adults.
The Discovery Museum & Planetarium in Bridgeport is a hands-on science museum and Connecticut and southern Connecticut’s preeminent non-profit educational resource for STEM learning and space education. They are a trusted resource for STEM enrichment for families, schools, and other groups from our region.
Stepping Stones Museum for Children is dedicated to sparking children’s curiosity, imagination and interests by engaging them in playful explorations of interactive learning experiences and shared moments of discovery. Children 10 and under, along with their parents, caregivers and educators will benefit from fun and educational exhibits which foster exploration, discovery and imagination by learning through play.