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Greenwich United Way Promotes Jeremy Nappi, Rob Moore

The Greenwich United Way announced the promotion of Jeremy Nappi to Vice President of Fund Development & Operations and Robert Moore to Senior Director of Community Impact. Nappi has been with the Greenwich United Way since 2014 when he joined as Director of Development. Since then, he has managed the fundraising and operations of the organization. He previously served as Executive Director for the State of Connecticut’s Muscular Dystrophy Association.Moore joined Greenwich United Way in 2017 as Director of Community Impact and oversees all organization programming including the Community Investment Process, Reading Champions, Early Childhood Achievement Gap Solutions and Greenwich Junior United Way. Earlier in his career Moore served as the Director of New York Programs for Seedco. Continue Reading →

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United Way Forum Highlights the Affordable Housing Squeeze in Greenwich

DeSegregate CT’s platform was the basis for SB 804, an Act Concerning Inclusion in Certain Communities, a bill proposed on Friday by Senator Saud Anwar, (D-3) for East Hartford, South Windsor, East Windsor and Ellington. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Together Issues Statement against Racism

“We stand ready to do the work to end injustice and systemic racism in our country and community. We are committed to challenging ourselves to understand and correct any inequities we may discover as we collaborate to improve the health of our entire community and gain a better understanding of ourselves and each other. We are committed to speaking up and acting together to end the violence and mistreatment of all ethnic and religious minorities so that all people, particularly our youth, have healthy futures.” – Greenwich Together Continue Reading →

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Pet Pantry Warehouse “Snack Packs” Help Local Eateries

Pet Pantry Warehouse, a community-based business supplying quality pet food and supplies, is now selling “snack packs” at all locations throughout Fairfield and Westchester County. The packs retail for $20 and include treats for pets that range in value from $25 to $30. Included with the pack is a community coupon voucher to a local food business for a free item with a minimum retail value of $5. To date the snack packs have raised over $1,136 for local food establishments. Executive Vice President, Adam Jacobson, purchased vouchers from seven local eateries to support the local business community and provide his customers with something special. Continue Reading →

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