No matter the perspective – donor, client, volunteer, employee – The Village is rich with success stories that inspire. Feel free to share the stories that touch you the most.
"Miss Kizzy taught me that I can make something of myself,” said Zicalya. “In order to fulfill my dreams, I have to finish school."
Jordan Cuffy doesn't like to talk about his past − at least the part before his life with Odell Martin. Jordan joined Odell's family as her foster child when he was 10 years old.
Linda Carlson is a successful actress and writer, but to several young women in the Greater Hartford area, she is known for helping them realize their dreams.
The mid-level development assessment – or MLDA – is helping kids like Christian receive services before problems escalate.
"Ms. Firestone's generosity has provided these kids with a safe place where they can extend their learning after school."
As a sixth-grader, Allen missed over 40 days of school. After help from the truancy court prevention program, he missed only one day.