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 The CATIC Foundation, Inc. is the charitable arm of CATIC Financial, Inc., and the Foundation provides support primarily to Bar-Related® entities or entities that exist for the education of lawyers and for the advancement of the legal profession; and secondarily to not-for-profit organizations engaged in charitable works. 

The CATIC Foundation’s current focus areas include the following areas:

  • Advancing the Practice of Real Estate Law
  • Advocating for Fair and Equal Housing Standards
  • Promoting CATIC's Employer Brand
  • Supporting Charitable Events in our Community
CATIC Foundation Golf Classic

Register Today for the CATIC Foundation Golf Classic!

Join us for an all day golf outing at Lyman Orchards in Middlefield, Connecticut. This event will include an awards reception, raffle, and silent auction. Breakfast and lunch provided.

Date: Thursday, October 5, 2023

Location: Lyman Orchards, 70 Lyman Road, Middlefield, CT 06455



Building Communities Together.

Watch this video to learn more about CATIC Foundation and our mission.

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If you are interested in submitting a grant application to request funding or would like to establish a strategic partnership with us, please send an email to and we will follow up with you accordingly to discuss further.


College and University Involvement

Since its inception in 2000, the CATIC Foundation has continued to promote and advance the practice of real estate law in various ways. In this regard, the CATIC Foundation has financially supported education and training programs, conferences, symposiums, and scholarship awards (i.e., Prize Day Awards) for both paralegal students and law school students enrolled in colleges and universities across the New England region.

The CATIC Foundation has endowed several annual scholarship awards, including:

  1. The L. Stewart Bohan CATIC Foundation Scholarship Fund (University of Connecticut Law School)
  2. CATIC Kay Parker Jex ’74 Memorial Scholarship Fund (St. John’s School of Law)
  3. The Robert Carey, Jr. JD ’76 CATIC Foundation Real Property Law Award (University of Connecticut Law School)

Each of these endowed scholarships are named as such to recognize and memorialize the many contributions of founding CATIC Foundation board members. 

Current list of colleges and universities supported by the CATIC Foundation:


QU Law
Bay Path


Not-For-Profit Involvement

The CATIC Foundation is also committed to Building Communities Together and is committed to providing support to not-for-profit organizations engaged in charitable works in their respective local communities.  We are proud to help fund the benevolent efforts of these community organizations and their missions to assist underprivileged and disadvantaged individuals in need in various ways. 

Not-for-profit organizations supported by the CATIC Foundation include:

CT Foodshare
UMASS Foundation
ALTA Good Deeds
United Way


Corporate Social Justice Efforts

In October 2020, the CATIC Foundation expanded its scope to strategically align with CATIC’s Corporate Social Justice Strategy by making socially responsible investments that promote equity and charitable donations to 501(c)3 organizations committed to promoting fair and equal housing standards, including:

Desegregate CT
Habitat for Humanity
Marguerite's Place
Cooperative Fund


CATIC Foundation's Board of Directors: