VCF Annual Meeting 2007

VCF celebrates 3 years of service to the Valley

In late January, the VCF celebrated its third year of service and commitment to the Lower Naugatuck Valley community with an evening buffet reception at the Scinto Towers Atrium in Shelton, Connecticut.

"The theme for this year's annual meeting was family," said James Ryan, Chairman of the VCF Board. "The Valley has always been about families - growing and working together to make this community the special place it is to us all. I am proud to be a part of this wonderful organization which is helping us to fulfill the collective values, goals, and aspirations we all have for the Valley now, and in the future."

Nearly 200 people attended the event which included tributes to donors and their families who established funds and musical selections from the Melodeers, a local a capella singing group. "The VCF now has 46 named funds and over $6 million in assets," said Angela G. Powers, Foundation President as she distributed the 2006 Annual Report.

"We are proud of the progress of the Valley Community Foundation in its third year of operation. We are encouraged by the trust you have placed in us and look forward to continuing to grow to help make the Valley a better place to live and work
in for generations to come."

The Annual Report and financial summaries are available at the website, or by calling the office.