I am your friend. I am your neighbor. I have a job, maybe even two. Yet my family and I still struggle to make ends meet.

On February 25th Connecticut United Ways, the Commission on Equity and Opportunity and the Commission on Women, Children and Seniors will host a We Stand With ALICE legislative forum on financial hardship.

Will you stand with ALICE? Register today!



As a way to focus our efforts on helping ALICE families in Connecticut and continue the conversation about helping ALICE that began at our 2015 legislative forum, Connecticut United Ways are excited to announce that a 2nd ALICE Forum will be held on Monday, February 25, 2019 from 1:00-3:00 at the Legislative Office Building.

Click HERE for additional details and to register for the event.  Come early for light refreshments and networking in the 2nd Floor Atrium from 12:00-1:00. 

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ALICE represents the men and women in Connecticut’s households of all ages and races who get up each day to go to work, but who aren’t sure if they’ll be able to make ends meet. ALICE is our co-workers, friends, and neighbors. ALICE does essential work that we depend on, and contributes to our community’s well-being.

As we continue to focus our efforts on helping ALICE, we have created this brief survey to hear your ideas and learn about the ways that you and others are helping ALICE in the community.

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