In The Community

Our legal practice is inspired by service to our community.

We believe that the practice of law should flow from a desire to serve — and that maintaining a close relationship with the communities where we live and work is an important part of our culture. The attorneys of Cacace, Tusch & Santagata have a long-established tradition of public service, supporting many regional nonprofit and public service organizations.

Organizations that our partners and associates support as board members, directors or administrators include:

Alzheimer’s Association, Connecticut Chapter
The world’s leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support and research.

American Red Cross
Preventing and alleviating human suffering in the face of emergencies.

The Ballet School of Stamford
Offering excellent training to students of all levels.

Bethel Democratic Town Committee
Promoting Bethel’s Democrats for public office, and communicating important issues.

Catholic Charities
One of the largest private family service agencies in Fairfield County.

Fairfield County Bar Association
Supporting education, networking and pro bono projects for legal professionals.

Kids In Crisis
Free, round-the-clock help for children, teens and parents.

North Stamford Little League
Fostering character, courage and loyalty.

Stamford Center for the Arts
A beacon for the best in arts and entertainment in downtown Stamford.

Stamford Chamber of Commerce
Representing, strengthening and unifying the Stamford business community.

Stamford Health Foundation
Obtaining philanthropic resources on a sustaining basis for the support of Stamford Hospital.

Stamford Symphony
Building a lifelong appreciation of classical music.

Stamford Youth Foundation
Programs that serve the youth and community of Stamford.

United Way of Connecticut
Bringing people and resources together to address issues their communities face.

The Volunteer Center of the United Way of Western Connecticut
Improving lives by mobilizing the power of caring communities to create lasting change.

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