NEWS, EVENTS, PRESS RELEASES
Hartford Has Talent
April, 6 2014
Hartford Has Talent
Capital Community College, Hartford, CT
In partnership with Capital Community College and M.A.L.E.S. (Developing young men to be leaders) of Hartford, the United Village Foundation held a community event to expo the talent of our young artists.
Our youth’s health is a concern for the entire community. Each year we strive to raise funds through our talent show to support our Artists. Young people need a strong support group for their talent and understand that adults care about them and their art. Our communal families are committing to help your artists to development healthy lifestyles. We have supported our artists in an environment where everyone is embracing and demonstrating caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. The UVF has been and still is an example of hope for the youth, teens, adults, seniors and families as a whole. With this feeling of love, young artists have increased their creativity in their community and to become positive leaders.
Press Release: Artist Spotlight
June 26, 2014
Artist Spotlight – Celebrating the artists and participants of the talent show.
Capital Community College, Hartford, CT –
Press Release: Cultural Jingle
December 21, 2013
Cultural Jingle: Celebrating Cultural Diversity
Wilson-Grey YMCA, Hartford, CT
In partnership with the Wilson-Grey YMCA of Hartford, the United Village Foundation held a holiday event celebrating culture and diversity. Individuals and organizations came out to explain holidays such as Hanukah, Three Kings, Kwanzaa, and Christmas. Performances included, Hartford’s Proud Drill Team, Cultural Dance Troop, Alli Marie, Caribbean Dance Troop, and local kids from the community.
Press Release : Youth Celebration
May 5, 2012
Youth Celebration – Celebration our talented youth
The University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT
Sponsored by the University of Hartford, the United Village Foundation (UVF) presents Youth Celebration. The United Village Foundation celebrated our youth and young adults by providing health environment where artists had the opportunity and first time experience of showcasing their gifts and talents at a University. We had a special guest speaker Henry Matthews and Master of Ceremony Self-Suffice who helped increased the youth understanding about what it means to become positive leaders in their community.