A lot happens at The Village each week. Check back often to read the latest.
Phoebe Rotelli collected 850 lbs of new and gently used clothing, shoes, accessories and housewares from her neighbors to donate to the Second Chance Shop, a completely volunteer-run boutique thrift store whose proceeds benefit The Village.
When Anne learned about the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program through her children’s daycare center, she quickly made an appointment to get answers to her questions.
United Health Foundation joins with The Governor's Prevention Partnership to reduce drug use among area teens and with The Village for Families & Children to provide comprehensive, coordinated behavioral and primary care to local families.
The volunteer-run Glastonbury, Simsbury, and Suffield Auxiliaries of The Village for Families & Children have been supporting programs that help transform the lives of children and families for well over 50 years.
Nearly 500 women and men came together at The Village for Families & Children’s Girl Within Luncheon on December 2nd, raising over $153,000 to support life-changing programs for at-risk girls and young women in the Greater Hartford area.
The Village for Families & Children has honored Alison Coolbrith with its 2016 Woman of the Year award at the December 2 Girl Within Luncheon in Hartford. Coolbrith was a longtime advocate for women's advancement in education and business until her untimely passing on October 31, 2015.
The Village for Families & Children was awarded a $155,000 grant from the LEGO Community Fund U.S. to start an innovative program to build language skills in young children.