|The Women’s Initiative was developed by United Way to connect area women leaders who truly wish to be involved together within the community in meaningful ways. |
It provides a meaningful opportunity to share the vision, expertise and resources of women leaders to improve the lives of children and families by addressing the most critical needs in Greater New Haven.
|Smart About Money is a free program for low- and middle-income people living in New Haven, Hamden, East Haven and West Haven to help households set and achieve their financial goals with the assistance of a trained Budget Coach.|
|The United Ways' Days of Caring is an annual Volunteer Engagement initiative to get volunteers from all over Greater New Haven to join hands to clean parks, paint houses, read to children and deliver meals to homebound seniors. Kids from Hillhouse High School even pitched in to tackle the demolition of abandoned homes! |
Over their summer break, over 40 members of James Hillhouse High School’s football team participated in a United Way volunteer project by working alongside the Neighborhood Housing Services of New Haven to assist with the demolition of two homes in the Newhallville section of New Haven.