Theatre Night 2017: I Hate Musicals

Theatre Night 2017: I Hate Musicals

Join us for a special evening at the historic Ivoryton Playhouse for the edgy musical, “I Hate Musicals.”

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Kickoff the night with a cocktail party on the beautiful bluestone terrace from 6:30pm ’til 7:15pm, followed by the 7:30pm world premiere performance.

“I HATE MUSICALS: THE MUSICAL!” stars actor Stephen Wallem of “Nurse Jackie”

Actor Stephen Wallem is best known for his role as Thor Lundgren, whom he played for seven seasons in the Emmy-winning Showtime series “Nurse Jackie.” Mr. Wallem will lead the cast of “I HATE MUSICALS: THE MUSICAL!” as Alvin, the comedy writer. And if the chance to see Stephen/Thor weren’t enough to lure us to… Continue Reading

Down Payment Assistance with HDF

There is a valuable resource for first-time home buyers and it’s right here in our state. The Housing Development Fund provides lending and home ownership counseling services to the entire state of Connecticut. To learn more about HDF’s mission, which extends to the development of affordable housing and home ownership assistance, click here. The Statewide… Continue Reading

Concert Update

The Concert for a Better Tomorrow, held Sunday, June 11, 2017, raised $1800.00 for HOPE Partnership, Middlesex Habitat for Humanity of CT. and The Connection Inc. We are especially thankful to musicians Chris and Laura Funk and Carl Suiter for sharing their talent, and to First Baptist Church in Essex and Reverend Joy Perkett for… Continue Reading

A Concert for A Better Tomorrow

Sunday, June 11th, 4 pm – 7 pm 10 Prospect St. Essex, CT The First Baptist Church in Essex hosts a concert to raise funds for three community organizations: HOPE Partnership, The Connection, and Middlesex Habitat for Humanity of CT. The concert features Chis & Laura Funk, and Carl Suiter. Attendees will also be able… Continue Reading

My Long Ride With Alice

Claire Bellerjeau recounts her experience navigating the 9 Town Transit Shoreline Shuttle. Claire is Director of Development & Outreach with The Shoreline Soup Kitchens & Pantries and she rode the shuttle to better understand the everyday challenges facing those who rely on 9 Town Transit service. Following is her testimony at the public hearing in… Continue Reading

HOMEConnecticut–The Campaign for Affordable Housing

The median home price in Connecticut is upwards of $300,000, which equates to an income needed of $100,000, according to “HOMEConnecticut” a video produced by the Partnership for Strong Communities. With sky-rocketing home prices “skilled workers, young people just starting out, and even the elderly are finding it very difficult to… find an appropriate home… Continue Reading

Thank You For Your Support in 2016

HOPE Partnership would like to thank our supporters for their generous contributions in 2016. Your donations, support, and sponsorship provides the funding for HOPE to continue to advocate for affordable housing and to make a real difference in our shoreline community. We are grateful to: Continue Reading

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Theatre Night 2017: I Hate Musicals

Theatre Night 2017: I Hate Musicals

Join us for a special evening at the historic Ivoryton Playhouse for the edgy musical, “I Hate Musicals.”

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Kickoff the night with a cocktail party on the beautiful bluestone terrace from 6:30pm ’til 7:15pm, followed by the 7:30pm world premiere performance.

Down Payment Assistance with HDF

There is a valuable resource for first-time home buyers and it’s right here in our state. The Housing Development Fund provides lending and home ownership counseling services to the entire state of Connecticut. To learn more about HDF’s mission, which extends to the development of affordable housing and home ownership assistance, click here. The Statewide… Continue Reading

Concert Update

The Concert for a Better Tomorrow, held Sunday, June 11, 2017, raised $1800.00 for HOPE Partnership, Middlesex Habitat for Humanity of CT. and The Connection Inc. We are especially thankful to musicians Chris and Laura Funk and Carl Suiter for sharing their talent, and to First Baptist Church in Essex and Reverend Joy Perkett for… Continue Reading

A Concert for A Better Tomorrow

Sunday, June 11th, 4 pm – 7 pm 10 Prospect St. Essex, CT The First Baptist Church in Essex hosts a concert to raise funds for three community organizations: HOPE Partnership, The Connection, and Middlesex Habitat for Humanity of CT. The concert features Chis & Laura Funk, and Carl Suiter. Attendees will also be able… Continue Reading

My Long Ride With Alice

Claire Bellerjeau recounts her experience navigating the 9 Town Transit Shoreline Shuttle. Claire is Director of Development & Outreach with The Shoreline Soup Kitchens & Pantries and she rode the shuttle to better understand the everyday challenges facing those who rely on 9 Town Transit service. Following is her testimony at the public hearing in… Continue Reading

HOMEConnecticut–The Campaign for Affordable Housing

The median home price in Connecticut is upwards of $300,000, which equates to an income needed of $100,000, according to “HOMEConnecticut” a video produced by the Partnership for Strong Communities. With sky-rocketing home prices “skilled workers, young people just starting out, and even the elderly are finding it very difficult to… find an appropriate home… Continue Reading

Thank You For Your Support in 2016

HOPE Partnership would like to thank our supporters for their generous contributions in 2016. Your donations, support, and sponsorship provides the funding for HOPE to continue to advocate for affordable housing and to make a real difference in our shoreline community. We are grateful to: Continue Reading

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