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BACH Member Benefits

Mission of the Business Alliance for Community Health:

To promote philanthropic support for ECHN and a networking environment, while addressing current health issues facing businesses and their employees.

The general benefits to all members of BACH include:

  • Generation and enhancement of business opportunities
  • Enhancement of the company's image and reputation by building good will
  • Expression of the commitment and values for sustaining quality local healthcare
  • Provision of an avenue for the business to develop/test products, services and innovations through alliance projects
  • Increase in the company's ability to attract and recruit potential employees and customers
  • Expansion of volunteer opportunities for employees in leadership/management roles
  • Hospital tours, if requested, arranged through the Corporate and Foundation Relations office for members and those interested in membership
  • BACH members can offer discounts to ECHN employees and other BACH members as an incentive to create new business opportunities

For more information and specific benefits at giving levels, you may view the Business Alliance for Community Health brochure and registration form.

What ECHN offers:

  • Powerful mission and strong public image
  • Access to customers/markets
  • Strong public relations
  • Relationships with community leaders and other influential people
  • Organizational expertise and presentation of health issues to employees
  • Increased public awareness of issues and causes
  • Greater corporate/business visibility

Potential business partnerships:

  • ECHN vendors
  • Corporators
  • Chambers and chamber members
  • Churches and synagogues
  • Local businesses
  • Event sponsors

Possible business relationships with ECHN:

  • Contributions and sponsorships for publications, events and activities
  • Volunteerism with ECHN by providing pro-bono expertise either technically or by sitting on boards or committees
  • Cause-related marketing, in which a business contributes a portion of the profits generated by specific marketing activities to ECHN
  • Licensing and branding - business pays to use ECHN's name, logo and image to enhance the business's marketing activities and ECHN's visibility
  • Social enterprises - partnership between ECHN and the business to generate revenues for ECHN from creating, testing, distributing or selling services and products

BACH Members

$2,500+

$1,000-2,499
Aqua Pool and Patio, Inc.
Buckland Hills Imaging
CNC Software
Cooperative Systems, Inc.
CWPM, LLC
Fandotech
Freedom Mortgage
Igdalsky & Company, CPA's
Interstate Electrical Services, Inc.
Jacobs, Walker, Rice & Barry
Olender's Inc.
Raintech Sound & Communications
RSK-Kellco, Inc.
Russell & Dawson LLC
Santander Bank
The Chartis Group
The Main Pub
Wells Fargo Bank
Wiggin & Dana
Winthrop Resources Corp

$500-999
A.W. Hastings & Co.
Bigman Consulting Services
 
Café Y, LLC
CohnReznick LLP
Colliers International
Community Healthcare Credit Union
ConnectiCare, Inc.
Consulting Engineering Services, Inc.
Evans, Pires & Leonard
First Niagara Bank
Frank's Auto Credit
Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce
Grove Medical LLC
Home Builders Assoc of Hartford County
 
Medical Practice Partners
Naek Construction
O'Brien, Tanski & Young, LLP
Panera Bread
Rein's Deli
Rockville Bank Foundation
Scranton Motors
Siemens Industry, Inc.
Tecton Architects, PC
Twin Networks
VITAS Innovative Hospice Care
Wolff Financial Group
Honorary Members
Town of Manchester
Town of South Windsor
Town of Vernon

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We invite you to share your story. Simply click the link below and tell us why you are grateful to ECHN for the care you received or why you support ECHN.

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