We found 14 articles related to the category Wheeler's Values - Integrity.

A New Path to Fitness at Northwest Village School

Students at Northwest Village School (NVS) will have even more opportunities to stay active and fit, thanks to a new outdoor fitness trail made possible through a generous gift from the estate of Hall "Cap" Adams, Jr., a longtime philanthropic investor in Wheeler’s work with a passion for supporting good health and quality education.

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Wheeler Health Chooses Construction Management Firm for Centre Square in Bristol, Reaches 80 Percent of Fundraising Goal

Moving ahead to help anchor the downtown Bristol Centre Square development with professional jobs and accessible health care for the entire community, Wheeler Health has chosen a construction management firm for its planned 46,000-square foot community health center and administrative headquarters on Hope Street. It also has reached 80 percent of its $500,000 fundraising goal for the project, six months after its public launch, thanks to the support of dozens of community- and Wheeler-connected donors. Philanthropic investments in the project now provide for a comprehensive teaching kitchen, allowing Wheeler to expand its nutrition program into Bristol.

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Kalisha Yopp Honored at 100 Women of Color Event

Kalisha Yopp, LMSW, supervisor, Wheeler’s Community Support for Families (CSF) program, has an unwavering commitment to the New Britain community, and she has dedicated her life and career to serving its most vulnerable families. Read more about Kalisha’s 100 Women of Color recognition at an event in late June.

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To Bristol, Thank You

We were delighted to see more than a year of work, time, energy, and commitments come to fruition last night.

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Centre Square - Questions and Answers

Over the weekend, we’ve been keeping up with several Bristol Facebook groups that are discussing the bipartisan, unanimous vote by the Economic and Community Development Commission to approve our revised plans for Centre Square. We’re thrilled that the conversation has been so supportive, and we’d like to address a few points we’ve seen mentioned.

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An Open Letter to the Bristol Community

We listened to concerns, pursued alternatives, and compromised. Economic and Community Development approved unanimously. But we still need City Council support on Tuesday, February 8.

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