United Way fights for the health, education and financial stability of every person in every community.  That is why Valley United Way is committed to raising $1,000,000 by June 30, 2017!


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Follow the link above to make your online donation or call  (203) 926-9478 to set up your Workplace Giving Campaign!

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Click here for Highlight’s from this year’s Annual Community Campaign

Emmett new building pic.Join us Tuesday, September 27, 2016 for our Annual Community Campaign Kickoff at Emmett O’Brien Technical High School in Ansonia!

Click here for details and to register!

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Meet our NEW Campaign Chair

Jimmy Tickey grew up in Shelton, attended Shelton Public Schools, and continues to call Shelton home. He graduated from Fordham University in New York City with a degree in Business Administration and Economics.

Jimmy has a strong sense of service to his community and has been involved with the Valley United Way since he was in Valley United Way’s Youth Leadership Program in high school. He is proud to lead the Valley United Way Community Campaign this year and is looking forward to working with community leaders, businesses and residents to collectively fight for a stronger community. Jimmy hopes to strengthen families across the Valley, encourage youth to succeed and assist people in crisis.

Aside from his active role with Valley United Way, Jimmy is also on the Board of Directors for the Boys & Girls Club of the Lower Naugatuck Valley and is a Corporator for Griffin Hospital. Jimmy serves as Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro’s Campaign Manager and operates his own consulting business – JWN – advising small businesses, professional groups, non-profit organizations and campaigns.

In 2013, Jimmy was elected to the City of Shelton’s Planning & Zoning Commission. Jimmy was previously elected to the City of Shelton’s Board of Apportionment and Taxation, where he worked to decrease the tax-rate while maintaining key city services. Jimmy was recently named Connecticut’s Top 40 under 40.

A Message from the Director of Resource Development

I want to thank each and every one of you for taking the time to consider a gift to Valley United Way.  When you give a gift to Valley United Way you become a part of something greater! United Way envisions a world where all individuals and families achieve their potential through health, education and financial stability. We fight to improve the lives of every person in every community.  We know that the big challenges communities face aren’t solved by one person or one nonprofit alone and that is why our approach is so important. United Ways are in 1,800 communities working in collaboration with nonprofits, businesses and governments to lead change. United Ways around the world collectively impact over 50,000,000 lives!  Here is the Valley we fight to prepare youth for success, strengthen families and help people in crisis. Your donations allowed Valley United Way and our funded partners to help 107,964 Valley residents last year!* I hope that you will once again join me in the Fight for a Stronger Community!
*Numbers are based on agency reporting. Duplication is possible if helped by multiple service providers.

 Meet our Campaign Cabinet

CarolineCaroline Baird, Androski Law Firm Jennifer-Bull_0915_newJen Bull, Dworken, Hillman, LaMorte & Sterczala, P.C.
kathyKatherine Johnson, Town of Oxford MK HeadshotAmanda  Kilmartin, Community Volunteer
Jen Olson Jen Olson, Derby Public Schools Tricia O'MalleyTricia O’Malley, Griffin Hospital
Pagliaro,Joe2010 Joseph Pagliaro, Jr.,
Riverview and Adzima Funeral Homes
2015_headshot_rpRamon Peralta, Peralta Design

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Thank You to the 2016-2017 Campaign Underwriters

Marquis Underwriters:  Iroquois Pipeline Operating Company 

Underwriters: BIC Corporation  •  Dworken, Hilllman, LaMorte, Sterczala,P.C.  •  Edward F. Adzima and Riverview Funeral Homes  •  Fred Ortoli Photography  •  Town Line Self Storage, LLC.   •  Venman & Co. LLC.  Webster Bank

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Click here for our Campaign Toolkit!

View previous years Campaign pages

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