Valley United Way is a major funder of health & human services in the Lower Naugatuck Valley. It currently funds twenty-four agencies providing services in the community. To learn more about any of these agencies, simply click on its name below.
Allocations made by Valley United Way are determined by Valley United Way’s Board of Directors on the recommendation of its Allocations Committee which is composed of more than forty people drawn from all walks of life in the community. Members of the Allocations Committee review agency programs and budgets and make recommendations to the Board for final approval. This process takes place every spring. In addition to funding the Partner Agencies, Valley UnitedWay also funds special initiatives based upon community needs and availability of funds. Many other agencies also receive funds through special designations made by donors.
Valley United Way Partner Agencies