|Watercolor painting by Jeanne Potter “Girl with Headband”
The Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut invites you to the release of the Women & Girls Funds’ first ever report on The Status of Women and Girls in Eastern Connecticut
There is strength in numbers and in collective action.
Please join us to discuss a strategy for using this report to increase opportunity, access and equity for women and girls in Eastern Connecticut. Let’s continue our work together by creating a community-wide agenda that advances equity and fairness for all.
Thursday, February 8
376 Hartford Turnpike, Hampton
SPEAKER: Kate Farrar, Connecticut Women's Education and Legal Fund (CWEALF)
Thursday, February 15
Garde Arts Center
325 State Street, New London
SPEAKER: Frances Padilla, Universal Health Care Foundation
RSVP by February 2 to firstname.lastname@example.org or 860-442-3572.
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Thank you to our Women and Girls Funds for leading on this initiative:
- Southeast Area Women and Girls Fund
- Norwich Area Women and Girls Fund
- Windham Area Women and Girls Fund
- Northeast Area Women and Girls Fund