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Showing Support for Some Great Causes!

Scot & Tracy Scala enjoying a tour prior to attending the 45th Biennial Soroptimist International Conference in Yokohama, Japan.  Soroptimist is a global volunteer organization that provides women and girls with access to the education and training they need to achieve economic empowerment.

Scot & Tracy Scala and Dr. William Petit (r) enjoying the Petit Family Foundation Golf Tournament. The Scalas are proud to be a part of such an important cause that so generously supports many of Scala & Associates' nonprofit clients, particularly those serving women and girls.

Scot and Tracy Scala are dedicated to the Connecticut-based Haiti Ministry that supports sister parish St. Therese. 

Collaborative efforts help raise the resources necessary to feed 374 students and fund teachers' salaries. 

What our clients are saying

"Scot Scala is a results oriented professional who provides a high level of professional integrity and personalized service.  Mr. Scala offers on-site direction in project consulting and special project management, and is well informed about the constantly evolving fund development challenges facing today's nonprofits."

-Gail Millerick

Director of Development & Volunteer Services, Retired

MidState Medical Center


-Achieve Hartford!

-Alvernia University

-American Red Cross

-Association of Fundraising Professionals

-Athletes Who Say NO

-Big Brothers Big Sisters of Westchester County

-Boys & Girls Club of Bristol 

-Bristol Career Center

-Bristol Historical Society

-Bristol Hospital

-California Western Law School

-Capital City Education Alliance

-Center for Human Development

-Chabad on Fulton

-Children of Fallen Patriots

-Clifford Beers Clinic

-College of Mount Saint Vincent

-Coram Deo Recovery

-CT Pre-Engineering Program

-Dean College


-Elms College

-Encore! Hartford


-Faith Mulira Health Care 

-Family Services of Greater    Waterbury

-Families United Serving &          Embracing

-Farrell Treatment Center

-Gaylord Hospital

-Girl Scouts of Connecticut

-Goshen Stampede

-Grant Professionals Association

-Hartford Behavioral Health

-Higgins Brothers Surgicenter

-Hispanic Health Council

-Husson College

-ImagineNation, a Museum Early Learning Center

-Ingraham Manor


-Miami Dade College

-Middle East Media

-MidState Medical Center

-Midwestern State University

-National Association of Free Charitable Clinics

-Naugatuck Valley College

-New Horizons Village


-Overseas Ministries Study          Center

-Paul Smith's College

-Pen Up! MeetUp

-Pomona College

-Prudence Crandall Center

-Queen Ann Nzinga Center

-Rebuilding Together Hartford

-Sonia Plumb Dance

-Soroptimist International of      the Americas

-South Texas College

-Southern Connecticut State      University

-St. Edmund's Episcopal              Church

-St. Terese School and Parish 

-St. Vincent de Paul Mission of    Bristol

-St. Vincent de Paul Mission of    Waterbury

-State University of New York

-Support Our Troops

-Susquehanna University

-The Arc

-The Arc of the Farmington Valley

-Thompson Grants

-Training Doyens

-Tunxis Community College

-UBNLinks Foundation

-United Disabilities Services

-University of Connecticut

-University of St. Mary

-Wadsworth Atheneum

-Wethersfield Evangelical Church


"Scala & Associates has successfully accomplished several goals for our organization...the board of directors has instituted four annual fund raising initiatives, funding agencies have a clearer understanding of our mission, and our bottom line reflects the increased giving by foundations as a direct result of grants secured by Scot Scala.  Though they have many other clients, when Scala & Associates works with us, they make us feel as if we’re their only client."

-Paul Iadarola

Executive Director

St. Vincent DePaul Mission of Waterbury

"Mr. Scala helped us see how the grant writing process works - doing background research on the agency, interviewing agency managers and clients, identifying funding sources, and writing and rewriting the grant proposal.  I wish that Mr. Scala’s approach - learn and then apply - could become a model for some other parts of the Encore! program."

-William Hoelzel

Encore! Hartford Student

"Scot Scala began working with us when staff was overwhelmed with fundraising activities.  He reorganized our grant tracking system, researched new possibilities and developed high-quality grant proposals."

-Amy Lynn Silverman

Senior Director of Major Gifts (retired)

American Red Cross Charter Oak Chapter

"Scot Scala has been the key to the success of our organization's capital campaign. Mr. Scala has helped us raise $750,000 for our cause, and that figure continues to grow.  Mr. Scala's expertise in nonprofit development, building naming opportunities, and grant research and proposal development is the driving force behind our fundraising success."

-Jessica Lewis Brandon

Former Executive Director

Prudence Crandall Center

"I could have stayed in that classroom listening to

Mr. Scala for hours (on board development).  He is a wealth of information and advice...exactly what I need."

-Suzanne Johnson

AFP Northern New England Conference Participant

Director, Respite Sailing Foundation

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