David Rabin

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PHOTOS: Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich Thanksgiving Feast for 300 is One Big Family

Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich Board of Directors, Alumni, and Greenwich First Responders love participating in this holiday to serve Club members. Some servers, such as Club alumni Police Chief Jim Heavey and First Selectman Fred Camillo, have made it a tradition to serve the children as they were served as members. Continue Reading →

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Change a Life, Save a Life: Why You Should Complete Greenwich United Way’s Survey

Greenwich United Way provides funds to Kids in Crisis, Liberation Programs, TAG, Father’s Forum, Abilis birth to 3 program, and Supermarketing for Seniors, to name a few. CEO David Rabin said GUW will be part of the process to help identify a solution to the gap left by the pending closure of St Roch Early Learning Center childcare facility. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich United Way Announces 2020 Community Grants

The Greenwich United Way will award its first round of grants to local health, education and self-sufficiency programs across 21 partner agencies at the Community Investment Grant Recipient Reception on February 12 at Greenwich Hospital. Continue Reading →

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David Rabin: Why You Should Give to Greenwich United Way

Submitted by David Rabin, CEO at the Greenwich United Way

One question I have been asked so often since becoming CEO at the Greenwich United Way almost four years ago is: Why should I give to the Greenwich United Way? One sentence sums it up: For 86 years, the Greenwich United Way has been the only organization in town that improves the quality of life for ALL of Greenwich! How do we do that? A dual strategy: through our detailed grants process and our own programs.

Our grants process, or Community Investment Process (CIP), accepts grant applications from organizations that serve Greenwich residents. With the help of upwards of 25 community volunteers, we do a deep dive into every application. Continue Reading →

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