Posted on December 15, 2021
MADISON — House Republican Leader Vincent Candelora in early December was at the Madison campus of Vista Life Innovations for the presentation of a $10,000 grant he helped the organization receive. The grant was provided by the AT&T Foundation, which was looking to help a nonprofit organization that by way of programs, workshops and seminars through its facility serves individuals with either no access or limited access to the internet. Candelora recommended Vista, which through day programs and immersive residential programs supports individuals with disabilities throughout the various stages of life. On hand to accept the grant award were Helen Bosch, CEO of Vista Life Innovations (pictured center), and Kelly Bettuchi, Regional Director of External & Legislative Affairs for AT&T Connecticut. Candelora, of North Branford, represents the 86th House District serving residents of that community as well as Guilford, Durham and Wallingford.