tarr Films visits the Byram Archibald Neighborhood Center Afterschool Program to capture testimony from students, parents, program staff, and volunteers participating in the reading fluency program.
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Cameras were flashing. The red carpet was unfurled. Guests arrived in style and were greeted by the paparazzi on Saturday night at the “Together We Shine” dinner and dance at Greenwich YWCA. Greenwich based teen volunteers led by the Greenwich Jr United Way organized the event. Greenwich High School clubs including Hand in Hand, Unified Sports, Come Together, Picking Up the Pieces, Roots and Shoots, Outreach Club, Former Attire and the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich, Keystone Club also participated in the elegant evening. Continue Reading →
Volunteers who work with young students involved in the Reading Champions program were honored at the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich. Continue Reading →
On Sunday, April 29, and Monday, April 30, The Chamber Players of the Greenwich Symphony invited the Greenwich United Way to honor Reading Champion Volunteers and celebrate the program’s 10th Anniversary. Continue Reading →
Last October David Rabin announced that the Greenwich United Way is planning to built on the success of the Reading Champions to include Math, Finance and Coding in the future. Continue Reading →
Dr. Gildea said early intervention and access to high-quality pre-school are critical to narrowing the achievement gap. Continue Reading →
The Reading Champions program is now at all Greenwich elementary schools and four after-school programs. Continue Reading →
Special Guest and Emcee, Jane Condon, along with comedians, Andy Pitz and Michele Balan.
Patron tickets and underwriting opportunities for the “fun-raising” event are now available. Continue Reading →
United Way extended about 20 Grants during the 2016-17 fiscal year following the latest Community Investment Process. One grant was to River House Adult Day Center for its Senior Subsidy Program. Continue Reading →
Greenwich United Way Grants Additional $10,000 to The Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County. Continue Reading →