Our History

  WFLC begins as a community outreach center for women and children providing food and emergency shelter at the Peace & Justice Center at St. George Church in Guilford.
  Our mission is defined, and the program receives critical funds. WFLC incorporates, becoming a nonprofit organization and the first women's center in Connecticut.
  First Executive Director is hired and the Center moves to temporary space in the Congregation Church followed by small office space on State Street in Guilford.
  Men Who Cook becomes the first major fundraiser.
  A committee finds/closes on 96 Fair Street house.
  Capital Campaign kicks off and includes goals for renovations of both buildings.
  First year of the Women's Health Conference and the Speak Out© program.
  Initiative on Internet safety for youth begins.
  WFLC launches Together Time for supervised visitation.
Named 2006 Non-Profit / Service Organization of the Year by the Guilford Chamber of Commerce.
  WFLC launches the Share Our Voices discussion series, an educational program that brings people together for meaningful conversations and more in-depth information on timely topics.
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