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This is the Valley United Way Archive Site

As of January 1, 2014, Valley United Way moved to a new platform for hosting its website. However, we will maintain our archived site as a history of Valley United Way from the date of its first web presence as Connecticut's first United Way on the Internet way back in 1995.  These pages will be frozen in time as of December 31, 2014. Please feel free to browse through for any information that you might be interested in.

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Valley United Way's mission is to improve lives by mobilizing the caring power of our community. Valley United Way will measurably improve the lives of people in our community through:
  • Philanthropy Raising dollars to invest in identified community priorities.
  • VolunteerismInspiring people to make a difference by giving their time.
  • CollaborationWorking with others to build coalitions that leverage resources to address identified community priorities.

Special Needs Grants Announced

Youth Leaders Accepting Grant Applications


Harvest House Committee is a Points of Light Honoree
 

The holiday spirit is alive at United Way...


Click here to see just how much is going on

In Person Assistance with Access Health CT will be available at United Way


Valley receives over $60,000 in FEMA funding

Valley United Way Announces Early Childhood Grants

And other recent news & events

2013-2014 Annual Community Campaign Wrapping Up


John McFarland of Hubbell welcomed everyone back in September. Click here for story, pictures and video.

Visit our Campaign page to stay up to date!

Other News

 

Congratulations are in order for GE - see why here

Congratulations to our 2013 Leadership Greater Valley Graduates

Lynn Kieley of Newtown Savings Bank, Katie Scinto of R.D. Scinto, and Kristen Urso-Rio of GE were recently elected to lead the Corporate Volunteer Council.

Click here to read more about the new CVC leaders

 

Harvest House V - A Fantastic Success

A Great Job - Click here to watch and here for much, much more
Thank you!

CVC Clothed 160 in Seymour for Back to School
CVC members and Youth Leaders Helped students get ready for a new school year at Chatfield/Lopresti School

Click here to learn more

Valley Council Quality of Life Report

 


Video tour of our offices
 

Application for use of a conference room at Valley United Way

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Child Development Infoline Assists Parents

Helping parents to be better informed about the development of their young children is an underused component of the 2-1-1 System. Child Development Infoline is an incredible service and we want people to be more aware of what is available. Click on each of the 3 stories below to learn more.

Child Development Infoline

Help Me Grow

Ages & Stages Monitoring Program

Having an Impact on Children's Lives

 Click here to read about Valley United Way Early Childhood efforts in the Valley.

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