United Way of West Central CT's 44th Annual Golf Tournament was held on September 6, 2018 at Chippanee Country Club. Thank you to our generous sponsors and volunteers!
United Way of West Central CT's 43rd Annual Golf Tournament was held on September 7, 2017 at Chippanee Golf Club. Thank you to our generous sponsors and donors!
United Way's 42nd Annual Golf Tournament was held on Thursday, September 1st at Chippanee Country Club in Bristol. Thank you to our generous sponsors and all of the wonderful golfers who came out to support us!
With nearly 600 volunteers and projects in all four of the towns we serve, this was by far our largest Day of Caring yet!
United Way's 40th Annual Golf Tournament was held on Thursday, September 4th at Chippanee Golf Club in Bristol. Thanks to our generous sponsors and all of the wonderful golfers who came out to support us!
The West Central CT TRIAD held their 2nd Annual Spring Conference on Wednesday, April 23rd at the Bristol Public Library.
Our 12th Annual Community Builders' Reception was held on April 10, 2014 at the DoubleTree Hotel in Bristol.
We had a beautiful day for our 39th Annual Golf Tournament on September 5th at Chippanee Golf Club! Thanks to everyone who came out to play that day and all of our wonderful sponsors who supported the event!
The Young Professionals for United Way held their 2nd Annual Winter Wine Gala on Friday, Nov. 30th at the New England Carousel Museum. Attendees enjoyed abundant appetizers and an array of over 50 wines as they explored the historical Carousel Museum and supported United Way.
The United Way of West Central Connecticut’s Youth Board Forum addressed the issue of teen suicide with a forum titled “How to Save a Life: Suicide Awareness.”
The forum,which was held at Nuchie's Restaurant on March 26th, focused on the key points to averting suicide — talk, address, prevent. Students who attend also incorporated Messages of Kindness to bring back to their schools in an effort to help those who are feeling overwhelmed.
The forum featureed speakers such as the Rev. Israel Rivera, from St. Joseph Church and St. Paul High School; Vernessa Elder, a psychologist from Bristol Central; the Rev. Chris Dion and Sarah Becker from Wheeler Clinic; and Maryann Pronovost, from Out of the Darkness.
This forum was sponsored by Comcast and the United Way of West Central Connecticut and was organized by the United Way Youth Board. Made up of high school students from the communities of Bristol, Burlington, Plainville and Plymouth, the United Way Youth Board is dedicated to mobilize, motivate and serve the community to make dreams a reality.