A part of the foundation for SINA’s comprehensive neighborhood renewal model is emphasizing the importance of working with neighborhood residents and businesses to improve conditions identified as key principles to sustainability. This attitude can be found right in the organization’s mission statement: “SINA’s mission is to work cooperatively with community stakeholders to restore economic vitality and improve the quality of life for the benefit of the people who live, work, visit, study, and play in the neighborhoods of South Central Hartford.”

To achieve this goal, SINA works as a catalyst for the stability and strength of the neighborhoods. It develops and reinforces relationships that improve the community and involves a broad cross-section of the key constituents in ways that build buy-in and ownership of change. By embracing the variety of community organizations as partners, SINA is confident that its target neighborhoods will continue to be vibrant urban communities where residents, employees and businesses can enjoy an attractive quality of life and opportunity for success. SINA has evolved as a trusted partner and a highly effective force for positive change in the neighborhood that surrounds its member institutions. SINA also utilizes other avenues for expanding outreach into the greater Hartford community including communication and cooperating with numerous organizations.

  • Trinity Boys and Girls Club
    1500 Broad St. Hartford, CT 06106
    President & CEO: Samuel S. Gray, Jr.
  • Catholic Charities: Institute for Hispanic Family & Hispanic Senior Center
    45 Wadsworth Street, Hartford, CT 06106
    Director: Luisa Noujaim
  • Center for Latino Progress (CPRF)
    95 Park St., 2nd Floor Hartford, CT 06106
    Executive Director: Yanil Terón
  • Charter Oak Cultural Center
    21 Charter Oak Ave., Hartford, CT 06106
    Executive Director: Rabbi Donna Berman
  • Frog Hollow Neighborhood Revitalization Zone (FHNRZ)
  • Girl Scouts of Connecticut
    340 Washington St., Hartford, CT 06106
    CEO: Mary Barneby
  • Hispanic Health Council
    175 Main St. Hartford, CT 06106
    President & CEO: Jose L. Ortiz
  • Latino Community Services
    184 Wethersfield Ave., Hartford, CT 06106
    Executive Director: Yvette Bello
  • Mi Casa Family Service & Educational Center
    590 Park St., Hartford, CT 06106
    Executive Director: Jorge L. Rivera
  • Spanish American Merchants Association (SAMA)
    95 Park St., Hartford, CT 06106
    Executive Director:Julio Mendoza
list updated on 10/7/16