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United Way Joy of Sharing Program

United Way of West Central Connecticut’s Joy of Sharing Program

United Way of West Central Connecticut’s Joy of Sharing Program has been providing food and toys to needy children, teens, and families in Bristol, Burlington, Plainville, and Plymouth/Terryville for over 18 years.  If you and/or your company are willing to participate, Joy of Sharing Food Drive donations will be accepted from 9 AM to 4 PM on Wednesday, November 7th and Thursday, November 8th.
 
United Way is also asking for your help to make positive changes in the lives of children ages 3 to 14.
If you and/or your company are willing to participate, Joy of Sharing Toy Drive donations will be accepted from 9 AM to 4 PM on Wednesday, December 5th and Thursday, December 6th.
 
Please contact Kimberly Carmelich, Resource Development Coordinator at United Way, at kcarmelich@uwwestcentralct.org or (860) 582-9559 X407 to sign up or with any questions.  By supporting United Way, you are assisting YOUR community. Thank you for joining together with United Way to fight for the financial stability of every person in West Central Connecticut! 
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