Flu Shot Vouchers Available for Uninsured and Underinsured
FamilyWize Community Service Partnership and United Way of Southeastern Connecticut are dedicated to building strong communities through better health. FamilyWize has been selected to help distribute 1,000 free flu shot vouchers provided by Walgreens. The vouchers are for families and individuals who are uninsured or underinsured, and otherwise unable to afford a flu shot without the voucher.
Groundbreaking statewide ALICE Report finds 35% of Connecticut households can barely afford life's necessities
The American Dream is that if you work hard, you can expect to get ahead financially. For most of us, that means you can save money; buy a reliable car; purchase a home if you want; afford quality childcare; send your children to college; handle unexpected expenses; pay for your family’s health care; and take family vacations.
If you need help with your energy bills, TVCCA Energy Assistance Program can help. The agency has three intake sites - two in Norwich and one in New London. All household members must provide the following:
The Waterford Raymour & Flanigan furniture store is partnering with the Gemma E. Moran United Way/Labor Food Center and the Mobile Food Pantry program to help keep our community fed this winter.
Join Q-105 and Subway of Groton for their 2014 Food and Turkey Drive. Come down to one of the Subway locations listed below and donate nonperishable food items or a frozen turkey, or even both. The station will be giving away prizes.
All donations benefit the Gemma E. Moran United Way/Labor Food Center. The Food Center has set a goal to collect 3,500 turkeys which are used to fill traditional holiday baskets and support holiday community meal sites in New London County. Last year, the Food Center distributed 3,148 turkeys and the demand this year has increased.
Foxwoods will begin its second annual "Stuff the Bus" holiday giving program on November 1. They will be collecting new, unwrapped children's toys, blankets, pajamas, jackets and diapers from guests and team members to be donated to local families in need. Donations are accepted from 8 a.m. to Noon daily at the Foxwoods Bus Terminal, where a bus will be parked in Bay #1 ready to receive donations. Additional drop off locations will be set up throughout the property, including the Bus Lobby and Fox Tower hotel lobby. Guests are also invited to place their donation directly inside the bus.
You're invited to tour three local health and human service programs that receive funding from United Way. See first-hand how your United Way donation is making a difference every day, changing lives, and advancing the common good for all.
Two upcoming dates are being offered: Wednesday, November 12th and Thursday, November 20th. Both tours last from 8:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. and include three stops. Lunch is provided.
We're now recruiting Allocations Volunteers to help invest donor dollars in local programs that change lives and advance the common good for all of us. Allocations Panels are teams of volunteers that ensure donations to United Way are wisely invested in health and human service programs that help in the areas of education, income, and health -- the building blocks for a good quality of life.
A spending plan is the essential ingredient in developing a sound financial future. Please join us for a Money Management International (MMI) workshop that will help you to develop and utilize a spending plan. No matter what your skill level or learning style, you'll be introduced to tools to help you along the way.