Partner Agencies

 Community Investment 2023-2024

Valley United Way’s goal is to develop and organize direct financial and other support to help meet the identified needs of the five communities in the Lower Naugatuck Valley in partnership with local agencies. The three broad areas that this funding supports include: preparing youth to succeed, strengthening families, and helping people in crisis.

All funds that support these agencies are taken from fundraising efforts Valley United Way implements through its workplace campaigns and community fundraising efforts.  The non-profits chosen demonstrate expertise in providing health, social services, and youth services to families throughout our five-town area. All this is made possible through the exceptional financial support that United Way receives annually from corporations and businesses, their employees, and hundreds of individual donors.


2023-2024 Awards*
Helping People in Crisis $58,900
American Red Cross $5,100
Christian Counseling Center $7,700
Domestic Violence Center (BHCare) $19,200
Parent Child Resource Center (PCRC) $26,900
Strengthening Families $65,100
Catholic Charities $9,600
Family Resource Center (TEAM Inc.) $4,800
Meals on Wheels (TEAM Inc.) $9,600
Rape Crisis Center $14,200
Spooner House (Area Congregations Together) $22,100
St. Vincent DePaul Society $4,800
Preparing Youth to Succeed $121,950
Big Brothers, Big Sisters $1,200
BSA – Housatonic Council $22,100
Boys & Girls Club $66,250
Girl Scouts of CT $3,100
Julia Day Nursery School $1,450
Valley YMCA $27,850
Community Resources $11,731
Info Line 211 $5,681
Small Grants $5,050
Community Support $1,000
Total Amount: $257,681


*Board Approved, July 26, 2023



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