CLASP Homes, a non-profit organization serving adults with developmental disabilities in group home and apartment settings and headquartered in Westport, is pleased to announce that it has received a generous donation of $2700 from the Splash Car Wash of 186 Westport Avenue in Norwalk. CLASP was one of the recipients of Splash’s annual holiday charity sale. For the six weeks prior to the New Year, Splash of Norwalk sold gift cards with a portion of the proceeds earmarked for CLASP Homes.
We are pleased to be a partnered with CLASP. The work they do is tremendous and we are so glad to be able to assist in this small way.” said Mark Curtis, Owner of Splash.
“We are so grateful to Splash for their ongoing support of our program,” said CLASP President, Tracy Flood. “It’s become such a wonderful partnership over the past several years. Splash has such a strong commitment to the community.”
“Not only does Splash support CLASP, but Splash has ‘adopted’ a non-profit organization in every town where Splash is located,” she added.
As a not-for-profit community organization, CLASP is dedicated to increasing public understanding of the people they serve, and their ability to be contributing members of the community. CLASP offers and supports high quality professional services that enhance each person’s social responsibility, independence, dignity and continued growth. Currently celebrating its 27th anniversary, CLASP has grown from operating only one group home to operating eleven group homes, nine apartments and a Career and Community Options Program throughout Fairfield County. Program sites are located in Westport, Wilton, Norwalk, Fairfield, Easton, Shelton, Trumbull and Stratford.
For more information about CLASP and its programs, please contact Development Director Robin Hammond at (203) 226-7895 ext. 144 or visit them on the web at clasphomes.org.