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
12/5/2014 Richard Porth (President and CEO of United Way of Connecticut) speaks with Shawn Murphy about the ALICE Report.
11/28/2014 Kim Morgan (CEO, United Way of Western Connecticut) speaks with Richard French about the ALICE Report.
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.