Middlesex United Way

  • NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
100 Riverview Center Suite 230
Middletown, CT 06457-2862
(860) 346-8695
(860) 346-6044 (fax)
Hours:
Monday - Friday 8:30 - 4:30 p.m
  • About

    We envision a world where all individuals and families achieve their human potential through EDUCATION, INCOME, HEALTH, and HOUSING.
    Our goals and work in the community are centered around these key areas, our four pillars of advancement. You need a quality education that leads to a stable job, enough income to support a family now and into retirement, good health, and a safe, decent and affordable place to live.

    EDUCATION: To increase children's readiness to learn by school entry.

    INCOME: To increase the economic self-sufficiency of individuals and families.

    HEALTH: To reduce the rate of risky behaviors among youth and adults and improve the health and increase the safety of individuals and families.

    HOUSING: To increase the ability of individuals and families to attain affordable housing.

    GIVE, ADVOCATE, VOLUNTEER

    United Way understands that you want to make a difference right here in Middlesex County—and we want to help!
    Partner with a nationally known and trusted charity to meet your corporate social responsibility and philanthropic objectives.

    We are advancing the common good by helping to provide the building blocks for a good life—education, income, health and housing. We help to meet critical needs and invest in long-term initiatives that create real, lasting change. To achieve these goals, we bring people together from across the county—non-profits, local government, school districts, and organizations like yours. If it requires helping people and working together, that’s what we do.

  • Directions

    Take Exit 15 (Route 66-Washington St.) off Route 9. Turn onto deKoven Dr.; drive for one block, taking your first right onto Court Street. Parking is available in the municipal parking lot on Court St


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