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Thank you for your support! Your attendance and generosity will help make an impact on the lives of

individuals and families seeking

BETTER SKILLS. BETTER JOBS. BETTER LIVES.

Special thanks to...

Workspace Collective for an awesome fashion show!

When you hear a bell ring, an angel got its wings and a TBICO graduate got a new job!

The Bridge to Independence 

and Career Opportunities

Do You Want To Become Self Sufficient In Today's Workplace?

Would you like to have broader career options?

Are your typing skills hurting your job opportunities?

Do you need better money management capabilities? 

Are you ready to help yourself?


Motivation, not money, secures a place in our programs. 

If you answered yes to any of the above, click here to find out how we can help! 

TBICO is a resource center for individuals and families seeking to achieve sustainable self-sufficiency through employment, financial literacy, and stable housing. 


​​​We meet people at their point of need so that they can overcome challenges, achieve stability, and improve their lives and the lives of their children. ​​ ​


      TBICO...building pathways to economic mobility.


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​​​​​​​​We Welcome Donations!

Please consider making a donation to help us continue to offer free services to individuals.  We do not receive state or federal funding and rely heavily on private donations to help others become more self sufficient and enhance their future and the futures of their children. We gratefully accept cash, check or credit card. Donations can be made in person, by mail, or with a credit card. Send your tax deductible donation to TBICO, 22 Eagle Road, Danbury, CT 06810 or click the "Donate" button to support our mission.

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Gifts in Memory or Honor

If you're looking for a way to honor a friend or loved one on a special occasion; or want to do something extra special in memory of someone, consider a donation to TBICO in their name.

When you enter the reception area at TBICO, hanging over the attendance book is an antique brass bell. This is the bell that a TBICO graduate will ring to announce their new job! Loud enough to be heard throughout the building, and when that bell rings everyone comes running. And we mean everyone! Everything is put on hold while staff, volunteers, students, and visitors gather by the bell to celebrate the good news and hear about the new job. So remember...when you hear a bell ring, an angel got its wings and a TBICO graduate got a new job!