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Valley United Way Announces Special Needs Grants

Valley United Way is pleased to announce 17 grants to area nonprofits covering a wide range of issues in the Valley.

Valley United Way is pleased to announce 17 grants to area nonprofits covering a wide range of issues in the Valley. The Special Needs Grants Program is a small grants program created with funds that donors have designated to address needs in the community. The funds are separate from the traditional United Way funding program which takes place each year. Grants awarded in this round of funding total over $31,000.

 

Agency Program Award

Ansonia Community Action

Before and After School Program

1,600.00

Area Congregations Together

Bus Token Assistance

1,000.00

BHcare

Antoniette's Angel's House

500.00

BHcare

Mental Health First Aid Training of trainees youth program

2,000.00

Boy Scouts

BSA Technology

1,500.00

Bureau of Youth Services/Derby

Reducing school based arrests

1,500.00

Early Childhood Task Force

Valley Early Childhood Task Force Play and Learn Fair

2,390.70

Junior Achievement of Western CT

Achievement Middle School Graduation Pathway Programs

3,000.00

Literacy Volunteers

Literacy volunteers text books for literacy volunteers, students & teachers

1,777.00

Salvation Army

Family night and kids' club

2,000.00

Shelton Youth Services Bureau

Remedial tutors

400.00

TEAM, Inc.

Senior Caregivers Workshops

1,750.00

TEAM, Inc.

Early head start diapers by the dozens program

4,320.00

TEAM, Inc.

Volunteer caregivers shoveling for seniors program

1,560.00

United Way

Community Gardening

972.25

Valley Parish Nurse program

Children restraint seats

1,102.21

Valley YMCA

Members in residence

4,000.00

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