In the News
The best places and things to do in our area.
By Amber Boissonneault
Being thankful for what we have, and giving back to those in need is important all-year round, and particularly during the holidays. We love our community and want to support our people and organizations in as many ways as we can, so join us in paying it forward with these local opportunities.
Our Picks to Pay it Forward
LUCKY DOG REFUGE: Spend time with a pup in need! Give back by volunteering or find your new best friend by fostering or adopting a rescue dog. 36 Pulaski Street, Stamford, CT
KIDS IN CRISIS: Send supportive cards to staff and purchase items for the shelter program that ship direct to KIC by visiting their Amazon wishlist. 1 Salem Street, Cos Cob, CT
NEIGHBOR TO NEIGHBOR: Open for donations to support local families in need. Most requested items are sponges, cleaners, canned fruit, canned protein, pasta sauce & size 5/6 diapers. 248 East Putnam Avenue, Greenwich, CT
GREENWICH UNITED WAY: Donate to Greenwich United Way's Early Education Scholarship program, providing access to childcare and preschool to families who wouldn't otherwise be able to afford it. 500 West Putnam Avenue #415, Greenwich, CT
THE BRUCE: Become a member of The Bruce and donate to their annual fund to continue the mission of connecting science, art, history, and community. 1 Museum Drive, Greenwich, CT
MEET THIS MONTH'S CURATOR
Amber Boissonneault benefits from a complex history of sales, fine art, and gardening, making her skilled in cultivation and persuasion. Before stepping aside from her career to raise her son, Amber worked for over a decade at a major pharmaceutical company. She then received her degree in Art Business and moved into sales for a boutique modern art gallery in New York City. Amber now lives in Greenwich with her husband and her son, Charlie. When she's not keeping them in line, she dedicates her time to several local charities...and, of course, her garden!