More than 140,000 children in Connecticut experience chronic hunger. As a family-owned business, Schaefer Inspection Service knows the meaning of taking care of our children, and the children of Connecticut belong to us all. Because of the generous referrals by the wonderful Connecticut real estate, on December 2, 2016 we donated $10,000 to the Connecticut Food Bank‘s Back Pack Program, which provides children in need with a backpack full of food to take home with them on weekends when they may otherwise go hungry.

The staff of Schaefer Inspection Service with a representative from the Connecticut Food Bank

Schaefer Inspection Service strongly believes in GIVING BACK!

Community Contributions 2016-18:

  • Make a Wish CT
  • Amity Teen Center
  • Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven
  • Woodbridge Park Association
  • Griffin Hospital
  • Sunshine Kids
  • Connecticut Food Bank
  • Schaefer Inspection Service Scholarship at Amity High School
  • Girl Scouts of CT
  • John T. Ward Scholarship
  • Stratford Pop Warner
  • Jewish Community Center
  • Yale-New Haven Hospital Michael J. Schaefer Fund for Juvenile Diabetes
  • Woodbridge Police Union
  • Cupid’s Charity
  • Ezra Academy
  • New Haven Symphony
  • Boy Scouts of America, Connecticut Yankee Council
  • Anti-Defamation League
  • Home for the Brave
  • NYRR-Team for Kids
  • Chabad at UConn
  • Children’s Tumor Foundation
  • Woodbridge Volunteer Fire Department
  • Closer to Free Ride
  • Boy Scouts of America Troop 41
  • American Cancer Society
  • Community Soup Kitchen
  • UConn Hillel
  • Southern CT Hebrew Academy
  • One Innocent Life
  • Smilow Cancer Hospital
  • Branford Youth Lacrosse
  • Jewish Community Center-Send a Kid to Camp Fund
  • IRIS- Integrated Refugee & Immigrant Services