Blog Archives

Report: Family of 4 must make $65,000 in Connecticut to live average life

By Tony Terzi October 13, 2016

If you’re trying to make ends meet, then Connecticut is not the state to do it in, according to a report commissioned by the United Way branches of Connecticut.

One way to reach more folks in need: creating school based food pantries, which is presently happening in several Connecticut communities.

Continue reading and view the Fox 61 video report: FOX 61


WHPX-TV For the Record with Shawn Murphy

12/5/2014
Richard Porth (President and CEO of United Way of Connecticut) speaks with Shawn Murphy about the ALICE Report.


RNNTV Richard French Live

11/28/2014
Kim Morgan (CEO, United Way of Western Connecticut) speaks with Richard French about the ALICE Report.


News12 Focus on Connecticut

11/27/2014
Donna Pfrommer (United Way of Coastal Fairfield County) and Trish Kallman speak with Tom Appleby of News12 about the Connecticut ALICE Report.


CT-N Rising Star Breakfast — ALICE: A Long Way from Wonderland

8/1/2014