Michaela’s Garden Project—available for $10, read more here.
Luminaries with the PETIT FAMILY FOUNDATION logo on them are available for $20 plus shipping. They are also available locally at the Concierge Section of the Hospital of Central CT, the gift shop at Bradley Memorial Hospital, and the retail locations listed below.
The luminaries are based on a design made by HAYLEY during her Junior year at Miss Porter’s School in Farmington, in an advanced pottery workshop run by her teacher and mentor—a well-known local artist—Mrs. Susan Reeder-Moss. HAYLEY created several beautiful porcelain luminaries in her junior year at Miss Porter’s School in Farmington, CT. Porcelain is translucent when thin and she was drawn to the challenge of creating a form that would glow warmly when lit to reveal a design hidden inside. Inspired by her work, The PETIT FAMILY FOUNDATION has partnered with Yankee Candle to create luminaries in her remembrance. While HAYLEY’s designs varied on each luminary she made, we chose to use our logo, which was very generously designed by Cronin and Co., on this replica of her beautiful work. We offer this luminary to you to honor our beautiful, talented, and strong friend; a young woman who glowed with her own promise. We hope you will find the same solace in this gift as we have found in the act of making it.
Pins, available for $5, are heart shaped and carry the PETIT FAMILY FOUNDATION logo.
Pins, available for $5, are motorcycle shaped and carry the PETIT FAMILY FOUNDATION logo.
Wristbands, available for $1, are pink and light green and are associated with the GE 5k race with the words “BE THE CHANGE” on them.
Removable Decals, available for $3, for windows and cars with the PETIT FAMILY FOUNDATION logo.
Bracelet: As our next PETIT FAMILY FOUNDATION charms are being designed you can wear the ones you have on this Ionic-plated chain bracelet. The lobster claw clasp ensures a secure closure. 8” long. Price: $15.00
Heart Charm: The PETIT FAMILY FOUNDATION’S symbol is depicted in this Ionic-plated heart charm. Symbolizing the love and devotion that Jennifer, Hayley and Michaela had not only for each other, but also for all those in need, this charm signifies the heart of our foundation. It has a lobster claw clasp that can be attached to a bracelet, necklace, keychain, etc. Price: $20.00
Motorcycle Charm: This Ionic-plated motorcycle charm was designed specifically for our inaugural “Ride For Justice” held on September 26, 2010 which was an overwhelming success. The PETIT FAMILY FOUNDATION heart is in the center of this charm which also has movable wheels. It’s lobster claw clasp can be attached to a bracelet, used as a zipper pull or worn as a pendant. Price: $20.00 (limited quantity)
2010 Road Race T-shirts, available for $10.
2010 Ride For Justice T-shirts (X-tra Large only!), available for $10.
Golf Shirts , available for $50.
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Feb 4 - Petit Family Foundation, Rotary donate $1,500 toward Gold Star Family monument
Feb 2 - Dynamic Tech Savvy Conference for 6th- to 9th-Grade Girls Returns to Trinity March 4
Jan 28 - 3 Dance Studios Showcase
Dec 28 - Plainville sees new leaders, environmental challenges
Dec 20 - Plainville declared state finalist in contest
Dec 4 - SCENE @ CCSU: Children can ‘Tech It Out’ with CCSU summer programs
Dec 1 - Copper Beech Institute offers retreat scholarships for artistsCop
Nov 30 - The REACH Foundation's Annual Shop With A Cop Returns Shop With A Cop
Nov 23 - Five Questions With Rick Healey on Real Estate Law, Jail Overcrowding
Nov 12 Cheshire neighborhoods to illuminate for Lights of Hope Saturday
Nov 12 Lights of Hope brightens the night
Oct 20 - Photo—CMHA Annual Meeting
Oct 7 - Video—Riverfront Adventure Violence Prevention Program
Sep 25 - Photos--Ride for Justice by Mark Maglio
Aug 29 - Petit Family Foundation grants $15K to Community Mental Health Affiliates
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RECENT GRANTSJane Doe No More
Women & Families Center
Central Connecticut State University Foundation
Community Mental Health Affiliates, Inc.(CMHA)
Northern Connecticut Black Nurses Association(NCBNA)
Charlotte Hungerford Hospital Center for Youth and Families
Girls Inc. of Holyoke