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Middletown Works grants to fund projects that aim to help struggling, single-parent families succeed

MIDDLETOWN — Three local women are using their talents to help single-parent families rise above often challenging circumstances by creating unique, city-based projects to empower them with the skills and education they need for success.

Middletown Works, which provided $500 mini grants to each project Monday night at Perk on Main in Middletown, is a collaboration of 30 partners, led by The Connection, Middlesex United Way and the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology.

Funding for the Middletown Works min grants is provided by the Working Cities Challenge grant program administered by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.

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