Below are stories about people's collaborative efforts to make the Valley a better place to live, work and play.
Learn about the Valley organizations committed to grooming the next generation to be good leaders in business, government, education and our community.
Ongoing data collection about quality of life issues will culminate in the Valley Community Index in 2016 , the most comprehensive wellbeing study yet to be published for the Valley
The Valley is filled with numerous conservation areas that provide opportunities for recreation and create a positive impact on our community.
Local businesses, entrepreneurs and organizations are keeping the economic development of the Naugatuck Valley moving forward.
Join us in drawing strength from a spirit of generosity and civic mindedness that has been part of the Valley's identity for generations.
Valley residents are making informed decisions that help prevent long-term health conditions, thanks in part to educational campaigns by local health organizations.
Businesses, individuals, and social service providers throughout the Valley ensure that no community members go hungry.
Valley donors are investing time and funding in disaster preparation
With the help from donors, VCF grants support resident services at Spooner House. A VCF grant also helped Spooner House move in 2008 into a bigger and better building to serve more clients.
The Valley offers multiple support programs for older residents.