Our mission is to provide free health care for Newtown residents over the age of 16 who
are uninsured or underinsured and who have limited financial resources
Located at 153 South Main St., Kevin’s Community Center, Inc. is a nonprofit, free medical clinic founded in 2002 by Dr. and Mrs. Z. Michael Taweh of Newtown, CT, in memory of their son Kevin. The clinic instantly made health care accessible to those who had no choice but to let long-standing health issues go untreated. Since the clinic opened its’ doors, KCC has served over 1000 patient visits. In 2005, we provided more than $500,000 of free medical services. 203-426-0496
The world's first service club
Serving Newtown since 1949
One of Newtown's little-known treasures, the community theatre on Orchard Hill Road has been providing quality productions since 1935.
The Newtown Historical Society is a group of individuals who share an interest in the history and early culture of Newtown.
We started out in 1999 as a small group of citizens who became aware of the plight of so many abandoned dogs in our town. Through the help of the Newtown Bee and Local Merchants we began a campaign to advertise and make known the availability of the dogs.
Since 1978 we have been presenting live classical music on the stage of our beautiful
Greater Danbury's public transportation provider. It was founded in 1972, and currently operates a 15 Route system as well as Paratransit /Dial-a-Ride service (SweetHART). Serving Newtown.
The Chamber of Commerce of Newtown, Inc. is dedicated to the promotion and encouragement of Newtown's business community.
Newtown Forest Association, Inc.(NFA) is the oldest private land trust in Connecticut. It is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to accumulating and preserving open space and resources for public enjoyment
within the Town of Newtown, Connecticut.
A regional planning organization created by State Statute and Ordinances of 10 regional towns, including Newtown
A regional, governmental waste management and recycling authority
A classic New England church built in 1792, the Meeting House provides the perfect location for non-denominational, inter-faith religious or civil ceremonies, renewal of vows, civil unions and commitment ceremonies. It is located in the center of historic Newtown, a traditional New England village in Fairfield County, Connecticut.
Elderly Housing serving the low to moderate income family
and people with disabilities.
We are a member of the General Federation of Women's Clubs, an international organization. As a member of the General Federation of Women's Club, the world's largest and oldest women's service organization, we are dedicated to enhancing the lives of others through volunteer service. The club schedules a luncheon meeting for the third Thursday of each month, September through May. Prospective new members may call Marg Studley (203-426-3651) or Eloise DiCandido (203-426-2477).
The VNA meets the first Tuesday of every month, September through June. In September, the meeting is on the second Tuesday and is also the Annual Meeting. All meetings are held in the Council Chambers at the Municipal Center. With the cooperation of the Bethel VNA (203-792-0864) and Danbury VNA (203-792-4120), we are able to offer nursing, physical therapy and nursing aide services to Newtown residents. VNA 203-364-0803
Spay & Neuter Association of Newtown, (SNAN)
SNAN has been providing help for cats and dogs in Newtown and surrounding towns since 1982.The group provides information and/or financial assistance, including required vaccines. Also educates on the value of spaying and neutering pets. New members are welcome. Marion Thompson, President. For more info call 203-426-0253 or email us at email@example.com
Women Involved in Newtown (WIN) is a non-profit organization made up of women of all ages from all over Newtown who are interested in working together for the goodwill of our community (and often neighboring communities).
Serving Veterans and supporting our community since 1939
The Newtown Fund, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization, established in 1959.
Working with Newtown Social Services, the Newtown Fund acts as a safety net and support to Newtown residents by paying for food, fuel assistance, utility bills, rent and medical expenses. The Newtown Fund's most significant activity is the Adopt A Family program at the Christmas holidays, but the Newtown Fund works closely with Newtown Social Services to provide year-round emergency assistance. The Newtown Fund also supports community non-profit organizations such as Kevin's Community Center and Masonicare at Newtown.