Organizations | Education / Enrichment

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UNITED WAY – READING CHAMPIONS

A partnership of the GREENWICH UNITED WAY, COMMUNITY ANSWERS & GREENWICH PUBLIC SCHOOLS, Reading Champions is different from other volunteer[…..]

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CONNECTICUT CARE 4 KIDS

Care 4 Kids helps low to moderate income families in Connecticut pay for child care costs. This program is sponsored[…..]

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KNOW YOUR TOWN CARDS – KYT CARDS

COMMUNITY ANSWERS popular bookmarks.  Containing useful local Greenwich town information.

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GHS SENIOR INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

An internship program for Seniors at Greenwich High School.  For the last five weeks of the academic year, GHS offers[…..]

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THE ZAC FOUNDATION

Founded in 2008, the ZAC Foundation was founded by Karen and Brian Cohn, who tragically lost their son Zachary in[…..]

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STAMFORD INNOVATION CENTER

The Stamford innovation Center is a new resource for the entrepreneurial community. A place to work, learn, and collaborate, offering flexible shared[…..]

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SAINT JOSEPH PARENTING CENTER

This Center provides free parenting education for individuals who have children for ages birth – 12. Clients are offered a variety[…..]

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CHALLENGE CAMP

Founded in 1980, this summer camp located on a picturesque 18-acre campus in Rye, New York. Programs include; technology, sports,[…..]

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KIDS IN CRISIS

Founded in 1978 as the Greenwich Youth Shelter, this private, nonprofit organization provides crisis counseling, intervention, emergency shelter, and community[…..]

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WOMAN’S CLUB OF GREENWICH

The Woman’s Club of Greenwich was founded in 1910 to bring together women to promote civic, philanthropic and educational activities[…..]

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PRO BONO PARTNERSHIP

Founded in 1997, Pro Bono Partnership provides free business and legal services to nonprofits serving the disadvantaged or enhancing the[…..]

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JULIAN CURTISS SCHOOL MAGNET SCHOOL OF WORLD LANGUAGES

One of the eleven public elementary schools, grades K-5, with about 343 students. It became the third magnet school in[…..]

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