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Our Impact

Our vision is a community where opportunities are available for every child to succeed in school and for every family to achieve financial security.

Windham Public Schools “Last school year, I had a 5th grade student in my After School Program who was struggling a bit with Read More
United Way Testimonial: Adrienne W. Cochrane, J.D. When I think of the United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut, the word community comes to mind.  It is Read More
Bank of America Partners with United Way on Large Mask Distribution Bank of America’s Market President, Joe Gianni, discusses their partnership with Connecticut United Ways through their generous donation of Read More
Food Service Training Program One of United Way’s trusted community partners, Literacy Volunteers of Greater Hartford, offers students an opportunity to participate in a three-month Sodexo Food Service Training Program. [See All Success Stories] Read More
COVID-19’s Impact on Food Insecurity Food insecurity remains a top concern for families that are experiencing challenges making ends meet. This year, United Way 2-1-1 received over 34,700 requests from people Read More

Results by Region

children from ages birth-5 were enrolled in quality early childhood education programs.

Employers participated in industry-partnerships in manufacturing and healthcare that offer career advancement opportunities to lower-income lower-skilled employees.

 Pounds of food was distributed to human services agencies in our region through our partnership with Foodshare and CT Food Bank.  

People were connected to emergency resources such as rent/utility assistance, medical equipment, clothing or transportation assistance to better make ends meet.