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ABC IS THANKFUL FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT

A Better Chance of Wilton is grateful to the community for their continued support of this vital program.  We send our best wishes to you and your family for a … Continue reading » Read More

Videos: Our Scholars respond to “Who Am I?” – 6 November 2020

Our 2020-21 ABC Scholars would like you to know them a little better. Isabelle is a senior, Nia and Cindy are sophomores, and Fatou and Courtney are freshmen at WHS. … Continue reading » Read More

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR SENIORS!- 28 July 2020

We are extremely proud of our senior scholars who have all been part of the ABC Wilton program for four years and only regret that the Coronavirus prevented us from … Continue reading » Read More

ABC Wilton Speaks Up #BlackLivesMatter – 18 June 2020

A Better Chance of Wilton stands for the hope of equality in education + opportunity. We will continue to speak out against the inequality facing the black community in America. … Continue reading » Read More

ABC Wilton Covid-19 Update – 3 April 2020

These unprecedented times have impacted us all, including our ABC Wilton family. We are incredibly grateful for the outpouring of love and support you have all shown us. A Better … Continue reading » Read More

Podcast Unites Two Wilton Women Who Called ABC House ‘Home’–68 Yrs. Apart – 14 February 2020

By Heather Borden Herve, GMW Editor – February 14, 2020 After the success of its first podcast, Stay at Home in Wilton has released the second in the series, “The Story Next Door,” bringing two … Continue reading » Read More

A Better Chance (ABC) to Phase Out Boys’ Program – 15 October 2019

By Heather Borden Herve, GMW Editor  – October 15, 2019 A Better Chance (ABC) of Wilton made a surprise announcement Monday morning–after 23 years of helping inner-city students access a challenging … Continue reading » Read More

ABC Update – 17 September 2019

ABC Wilton has just completed its 23rd year successfully transforming the lives of high school students from under served communities.  We have nine students in our program and we are … Continue reading » Read More