COMMUNITY

The Albert Family and members of the Albert Bros. team have held leadership positions in and have provided material support over many years to various local organizations including, but not limited to, the following Greater Waterbury organizations, and have received some of the most prestigious community related awards. Albert Bros. is proud of its legacy of supporting and engaging in the community, and practicing gratitude.

The Chamber strives to promote the continuous improvement of the common good and the quality of life in the community through the pursuit of new business.

Chase Collegiate’s commitment to balance sets it apart. As a day school, students see the partnership between the home and the classroom.

GWIM’s mission is to feed the hungry in a dignified manner; to empower the homeless and underprivileged to become self-sufficient; to provide hope and opportunity to those in need.

The Mattatuck Museum displays the history, industries and culture of Waterbury and the Central Naugatuck Valley area, and art, including works about the state’s history, people and scenery, and works of artists from Connecticut.

The St. Vincent DePaul Mission, through our network of services, aid, support and empower people experiencing poverty, homelessness, hunger, and mental health challenges so they may recover with dignity.

The Taft School is a private, coeducational school located in Watertown, CT. It teaches students in 9th through 12th grades and post-graduates. About three-quarters of Taft’s roughly 600 students live on the school’s 226-acre campus.

Fosters an equitable and inclusive community in Greater Waterbury and Litchfield Hills by inspiring generosity, supporting organizations, and cultivating effective leaders.

The Harold Leever Regional Cancer Center is comprehensive cancer center with an integrated team devoted to cancer care, conveniently located in the Waterbury area.

Saint Mary’s Hospital is a Yale-affiliated urban hospital located at 56 Franklin Street, Waterbury, Ct. Operated by Trinity Health, it was founded in 1907 by the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Chambéry and is designated as a Level II trauma center.

United Way of Greater Waterbury mobilizes our ten-town region, amplifies its resources, and invests in approaches that advance equity and measurable outcomes.

The Waterbury Police Activity League (PAL) promotes partnerships between youth, law enforcement, and the community through educational, athletic, and recreational programs.

Committed to the health and wellness of the Greater Waterbury community, the YMCA offers programs for people of all ages and abilities, providing the building blocks of a healthy lifestyle. 

Smaller Manufacturers Association of CT (SMA) represents the interests of manufacturing in CT. The SMA currently represents just under 200 member companies.

The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) is a US. based private, non-profit trade association representing more than 1,300 private & public for-profit companies – ranging from small, family-owned businesses to multi-national corporations.

The Aerospace Components Manufacturers, ACM, is one of the largest, most experienced concentrations of world-class aerospace companies.

We fight to make Connecticut a top state for business, jobs, and economic growth driving change, shaping legislative and regulatory policy, and promoting collaboration between the private and public sectors.