POLL: Which Greater Danbury Charity Is Most Worthy of Recognition?
The charity that gets the most votes will receive a $500 check courtesy of Honda of Danbury, as well as a bank of radio commercials courtesy of Townsquare Media to generate awareness for their cause. Vote in the graphic poll below for the local charity that you think is most worthy of this recognition. Here's a closer look at this month's amazing charities:
A compassionate nonprofit serving Connecticut and Hudson Valley, New York, with professional counseling, support groups, wellness activities, and educational resources. Additionally, they support cancer patients who come to them for aid by "assisting you and your loved ones to create a unique pathway through cancer that enhances your quality of life."
For more info on them, check out their website here: AnnsPlace.org
Hillside Food Outreach
Working to end hunger among their most vulnerable neighbors in Westchester, Putnam, and Fairfield counties, Hillside Food Outreach volunteers home deliver healthy and nutritious foods to over 2,000 men, women, and children who, for a variety of reasons, are unable to access local pantries.
For more info on them, check out their website here: HillsideFoodOutreach.org
Family & Children's Aid
This child-focused registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization offers high quality, innovative mental health care for children and their families. For over 200 years, Family & Children's Aid has provided children with safe homes and therapeutic support, allowing children to lead healthier lives. They believe excellent care should be available to individuals and families in all walks of life.
For more info on them, check out their website here: FCAweb.org
United Way of Western CT
This nonprofit supporting 15 towns across Fairfield and Litchfield counties offers programs and services to benefit the community they describe as ALICE: Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed. United Way of Western CT "has its pulse on community needs in regards to education, financial stability and the health of our residents." They work hard to bring people and resources together to "solve complex problems that no one organization can solve alone."
For more info on them, check out their website here: UWWesternCT.org