Lori Jackson

United Way Seeks Community Investment Process Volunteers

Greenwich United Way will launch the 2017-18 Community Investment Process (CIP) later this month and currently has volunteer opportunities available for Greenwich residents. Each year, volunteers serving on the Community Investment Process Committee review grant applications from human services agencies that serve Greenwich residents. The process involves reviewing grant-proposals from local agencies and visiting program sites. Following this intensive dive into the community, trained volunteers use their knowledge and expertise to help determine the most effective uses for Greenwich United Way funds. The Community Investment Process volunteers are guided by the research of local needs as published in Greenwich United Way Needs Assessment Report and Executive Summary. read more...

Greenwich United Way Welcomes New Board Members

“Local Insights. Lasting Results, the Greenwich United Way tag line says it all,” declared Greenwich United Way Board Chair, Karen Keegan, following a passed motion to elect five new members to the organization’s Board of Directors: Anne Franscioni, Diane Viton, Frank Carpenteri, Joui Hessel and Nancy Kail, and four members to its Advisory Board: Ken Mifflin, Lisa Baird, Frances Deutsch and Mary Laughlin during the organization’s Annual Meeting at Innis Arden Golf Club. read more...