Today we continue our deeper dive showcasing how local agencies and human service programs are maintaining, surviving, and continuing to serve in a COVID-19 world.

Home confinement doesn’t compare to childhood cancer patients and their families struggling with cancer and coronavirus. So meet the founder of Circle of Care, providing assistance to meet the unique and challenging needs of pediatric cancer treatment statewide. 

Then we’ll check in with Junior Achievement of Greater Fairfield County to tout their innovative programs to help young people chart a financially literate course for life.

And we’ll close with a broader glimpse of COVID-related need with the Fairfield County Community Foundation, which set up a Are you experiencing reductions in services from a local nonprofit that’s pressed to make  COVID-related cutbacks?

Check our chat with the Fairfield County’s Community Foundation​,, which is ramping up a COVID-19 Resiliency Fund to help dozens of critical nonprofits survive through this unprecedented public health emergency.

Nursing Homes & COVID with AARP / Rep. Michelle Cook – Junior Achievement GFC – Save A Suit

Our focus on the issue of COVID-19 outbreaks in nursing homes and care facilities across Connecticut starts with a national expert from AARP talking about how that organization is pursuing legislation to better support and protect residents...

Adam’s House – 2020 State of Lung Cancer – CT Epilepsy Advocate

The founder of Adam’s House returns to our program to remind you about the free bereavement support they provide to families annually through “Helping Hearts Heal.” And we’ll let you know how to help support their good...

Yoga In Our City – 2021 International Festival of Arts & Ideas – Operation Hope

We’re going to help gently bend you into better shape with Connecticut’s Yoga In Our City movement, and let you know how you can tap into free virtual yoga classes to stay in shape and achieve peace...
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