United Way of Greenwich Community responses The program this week printed the most recent and comprehensive Greenwich Camp and Program Guide for parents of school-aged children in the community. Community Answers is Greenwich United Way’s information and referral program that provides neighborhood assistance to local residents through staff and volunteers providing reliable local information.
The guide is available online Camp and program guide 2016 and free copies are available at all Greenwich Library branches.
Additionally, the Camp and Program Guide, which features the brand new Greenwich United Way logo on the cover, is available at Greenwich Town Hall, Greenwich Boys & Girls Club, YWCA, YMCA and in schools.
Launched in 1986 as a two-page document, the guide has grown into a 28-page booklet and is today Community Answers’ most popular publication. An electronic version of the booklet is available year round on the Greenwich United Way program website.
“This year we are focusing on the cover that features the new Greenwich United Way logo,” said Janet Santen, United Way Programs Coordinator. “We want parents to know what to look for; because they are used to seeing the Community Answers logo in previous years. The guide is printed in February of each year, in time for parents to make choices and decisions for the summer.
Community responses is Greenwich United Way’s information and referral program serving the community since 1969 as a go-to source for all things Greenwich, connecting residents to their community. Free information and referrals are available by phone (203-612-9590) or in person Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Greenwich United Way office, 1 Lafayette Ct in Greenwich.
Visit the Community Answers website (www.communityanswers.org) to access information via keyword search, categories include; Donations, Know Your City, Education / Enrichment, Seniors, Family Services, Youth / Children, Government, Community and Health Answers.
The Greenwich United Way shares part of its name with approximately 1,400 other similar organizations across the country, although the Greenwich, Connecticut, division is a private, locally-governed, non-profit agency. As a volunteer-run organization, the Greenwich United Way exists to help identify and meet the specific human service needs of the Greenwich community and to create and implement meaningful solutions. Through various fundraising efforts, the organization is able to directly allocate the funds needed to achieve this goal.
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