More Ways to Give
Hartford Juvenile Review Board Member
Help youth who have been arrested for minor offenses forge a better path by listening to their cases, asking questions and helping them determine how they can right their wrongs and give back to the community. Volunteers must be Age 21+ and live or work in Hartford.
VITA Site Coordinator
Help Greater Hartford residents receive free tax filing services and support by coordinating with volunteer tax preparers and other volunteers, filing paperwork and helping VITA sites run smoothly.
Basic Needs Items
Our clients face overwhelming challenges on a daily basis. Sometimes, seemingly simple things have a big impact. We accept in-kind donations like diapers and wipes, personal hygiene items, winter clothing items, bedding and linens, bus passes and grocery gift cards.
Children Helping Children
Children of all ages are generous and many seek to help children in need by contributing their time, talents and resources. These efforts may include tag sales, lemonade stands, walk-a-thon pledges or fundraisers with proceeds benefiting The Village.
Art Angels Program
Community members help make sure children living at The Village – and separated from their families – receive notes of encouragement and feel supported through out the year.
Children living at The Village in our residential treatment program often spend their birthdays with staff and other children here—apart from their families and friends from home. You can help them celebrate their birthdays with a note of encouragement!