Windsor Helps Tackle Hunger in Hartford

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Windsor Marketing

Since 1976, Suffield, Connecticut-based Windsor Marketing Group has been a leading provider of retail marketing services, specializing in leveraging consumer shopping trends to help retailers craft effective in-store campaigns. Committed to giving back to the local community, Windsor Marketing Group (WMG) partners with programs such as Foodshare in the fight against hunger.

WMG works with Foodshare to furnish print products, provide graphic design services, and rollout display products. In the past, the company has developed concepts and finished product signs for strategic placement in grocery stores in the greater Hartford area to recognize the stores participating in the Foodshare program.

Foodshare works with partners throughout Hartford to provide food and other needed products to those in need. Commenting on the partnership, WMG’s founder and CEO, Kevin Armata, underscored his company’s commitment to serving the local community through these types of strategic initiatives. He also referenced the Connecticut Food Association as the connect point where the two groups were first introduced to one another.


Suffield Emergency Aid Association Offers Aid to Homebound Persons

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Suffield Emergency Aid Association

A Suffield, Connecticut, retail market solutions provider founded in 1976, Windsor Marketing Group combines extensive knowledge of consumer shopping behavior with creative designs to develop innovative in-store marketing programs. Windsor Marketing Group also supports numerous nonprofit organizations, including the Suffield Emergency Aid Association. Among its many services, the Suffield Emergency Aid Association administers programs for homebound residents such as the Friendly Visitor and Friendly Shopper programs.

Both programs operate with a focus on promoting independence and improving quality of life for homebound residents, including elderly individuals and persons with disabilities. The program fosters the well-being of homebound residents who may feel isolated and be susceptible to loneliness, depression, or a sense of neglect. Furthermore, it helps seniors and disabled individuals lead more active lives. The program matches Suffield residents with responsible volunteers who offer friendship and companionship. Volunteers also accept requests for weekly or biweekly home visits and shopping trips.