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Over the years RPC Associates has been fortunate to work with some outstanding organizations whose missions reflect the same values that we uphold, and whose enthusiasm for success is equal to ours.  It is these principles and standards that compel us to strive for excellence on behalf of our clientele.  Below are a few the projects we have worked on over the years. We hope you let us join you on your journey to success.        


Greater Hartford

The YMCA of Greater Hartford consists of 11 branches and two resident camps providing more than 100 programs throughout Hartford, Tolland and Windham Counties. The Y of Greater Hartford's most recent project was to build a Regional Community YMCA in Northeastern Connecticut.   

RPC Associates successfully led a $2.5 million Capital Campaign for the project.  Additionally we provided guidance in the areas of marketing, public relations and donor focused events.  We also assisted the Y administration to network and affiliate with local government officials, businesses and civic organizations.   

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Habitat for Humanity of Northeast Connecticut

Habitat for Humanity of Northeast Connecticut has been building affordable housing in the "Quiet Corner" of Connecticut since 1985.

RPC Associates served Habitat for more than four years as a consultant and agency Executive Director.  Included among the many accomplishments were development, management and growth of the Annual Campaign; management of special events; establishment of a newsletter and an annual report; leadership of an annual team-building retreat and an Annual Meeting; and negotiation and  relocation of the Habitat ReStore.    

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Putnam (CT) Police Dept.

Since 1896 the Putnam Police Department has been committed to protecting and serving the businesses, citizens and visitors of the town of Putnam.  Through its community policing efforts they have lived up to their motto "Our beat is a safe and friendly community."  

RPC Associates is proud of the fact that the Putnam Police Department was its very first client and that we continue to maintain a working relationship.   We coordinate, design and write the department's semi-annual newsletter, The Community Beat.  We also provide marketing and public relations services related to radio and print media projects, press releases and community relations.


Arc Quinebaug Valley

The Arc Quinebaug Valley has been improving lives through service, learning and community for individuals in Northeastern Connecticut with intellectual, developmental and other life-affecting disabilities for more than 60 years.

RPC Associates successfully led a Capital Campaign of more than $300,000 by providing leadership, organization, guidance and training to the campaign's volunteer team.  We are proud to continue to serve in an ongoing mentoring capacity for their development, marketing and public relations programs.

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Pomfret Public Library

Pomfret Public Library's roots date back to 1739 when the first public library in eastern Connecticut, “The United English Library for the Propagation of Christian and Useful Knowledge”, was housed in the home of Rev. Ebenezer Williams in Pomfret, CT. Since then, it has continued to grow, both in physical size and it's collection.

RPC Associates successfully led a Capital Campaign of more than $500,000 by providing leadership, organization, guidance and training to the campaign's volunteer team.

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Roseland Park & Golf Course Trustees

Historic Roseland Park, situated on 390 acres of forested land, manicured lawns, sports fields, fishing dock, and playgrounds on Roseland Lake, opened in 1876. The park was donated by the Bowen Family to the people of Woodstock and the surrounding towns. The park is operated by the Trustees of the Bowen Family Trust under the will of Henry C. Bowen and has long been a favorite recreation area for residents of Northeastern Connecticut.

In 2023 RPC Associates has agreed to consult with the Roseland Park & Golf Course Trustees to help return the local gem to its previous luster to ensure its survival for future generations.

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