The United Way of Greater Waterbury and the Jewish Federation of Western Connecticut have partnered to provide $200 gift cards to 120 ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) families who are or were employed in essential roles such as transportation, childcare and grocery workers to help meet their basic needs. Jason Martinez (left), vice president of Community Impact for United Way of Greater Waterbury accepted a $25,000 check to support ALICE families from Gary Jones, executive director of the Jewish Federation of Western Connecticut.

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