Red Cross Blood Drive Schedule





February 18th -UCONN Stamford, Stamford, CT – 11:00 AM – 4:30 PM

February 22nd – Tully Health Center, Stamford, CT – 7:45 AM – 1:15 PM

February 26th – Nestle Waters North America, Stamford, CT – 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM


Friday, February 21, 2020
Round Hill Club
33 Round Hill Club Road
Greenwich, CT

Join GEMS for an Oktoberfest themed evening full of bier, brauts, kraut and more! GEMStoberfest is on Friday, February 21, 2020 at the Round Hill Club from 6:30-9:30p.m. There will be Craft Bier, a variety of passed food, a sit down dinner, Heads and Tails game, other fun activities…. and did we mention bier?!

Casual attire can include lederhosen, dirndls and even jeans.

Additional info and tickets

APRÈS SKI Arch Street Benefit 2020

Friday, February 28, 2020
7:00 pm – 12:00am
Arch Street, The Greenwich Teen Center
100 Arch Street

Don’t miss Arch Street’s APRÈS SKI Benefit 2020!

Please join us at Arch Street for a night of cocktails, food, music and dance.
Dress: Après Ski Attire

For Tickets and Information – Click HERE

Breast Cancer Alliance Kids for a Cause

Sunday, March 1, 2020
Round Hill Club
33 Round Hill Club Road
Greenwich, CT

Kids for a Cause is back this winter, with more fun for the little ones than ever!

For Tickets Click Here

Family Centers 2020 Center for HOPE Luncheon

Thursday, March 12, 2020
Country Club of Darien
Darien, CT

The Center for HOPE is pleased to welcome Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt as the Keynote Speaker for its 2020 Annual Luncheon.

Schwartzenegger Pratt’s new book, The Gift of Forgiveness: Inspiring Stories from Those Who Have Overcome the Unforgivable, provides perspective on what it means to forgive, use forgiveness as a tool to accept and move forward, be more compassionate, release challenging emotions and be unafraid to forgive.

This year’s event is co-chaired by Ashley Fox, Lindsay Rogers and Nikki Rose.

For Tickets, Sponsorships or to Donate Click Here
Meet and Greet options with Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt are also available.

Cos Cob Fire Police Patrol 2020 Benefit

Friday, March 27, 2020
Greenwich Water Club
49 River Road Cos Cob, CT

An all-volunteer agency celebrating ninety-two years of service to the Town of Greenwich.

Honoring Sabrina Forsythe with the 2020 Chief’s Award for her dedicated support of the Cos Cob Fire Police Patrol, Inc. and the entire Town of Greenwich through her steadfast commitment to local philanthropic and community organizations.

Entertainment by renowned New York City DJ Marvin Meyers

Cocktails, light fare, dancing, silent auction

For Tickets – Click HERE

Save the Date – The Neighbor to Neighbor Spring Benefit Luncheon

Wednesday, April 1, 2020
11:30am – 2:00pm
Greenwich Country Club
Greenwich, CT

Save the Date! The Neighbor to Neighbor 45th Anniversary Celebration Spring Benefit Luncheon

Tickets Available February 26th – HERE
Questions? (203) 622-9208

Interested in a sponsorship? Email Margaret – mtgoldberg@ntngreenwich.org

Greenwich United Way’s 15th Annual Sole Sisters Luncheon

Tuesday, April 21st, 2020
Greenwich Country Club
19 Doubling Road, Greenwich CT

Join us April 21 at the Greenwich Country Club and help support the Greenwich United Way’s work to fund community solutions in the areas of education, self-sufficiency and health.

Boutique opens at 9:30am
Luncheon begins at 12pm

2020 Luncheon Co-Chairs are Kirsten Riemer & Nicole Kwasniewski

Keynote Speaker is critically acclaimed bestselling author and executive producer Candace Bushnell

For Patron and Ticket opportunities click here

For underwriting opportunities click here

REACH Prep’s Annual Benefit Luncheon 2020

REACH Prep’s Annual Benefit Luncheon 2020
Monday, April 27, 2020
11:30 a.m.
Hyatt Regency Greenwich

Join us at our Annual Benefit Luncheon to help us empower our students to achieve unmatched outcomes and become future leaders. For over 25 years, REACH Prep has been opening doors for our Scholars and positively impacting not only their lives, but the lives of their families and the communities in which they live, learn and work.

2020 Luncheon Co-Chairs:
Bia Bettamio, Judy Collins & Nisha Hurst

Early Patron tickets are now available! To purchase tickets, host a table or be a sponsor, click HERE!

YWCA Old Bags Luncheon

Thursday, May 7, 2020
Belle Haven Club
Greenwich, CT

Established in 2006, the Old Bags Luncheon features silent and live auctions of new handbags, designer handbags and vintage handbags, donated by designers, manufacturers, retailers, and individuals.

Auctioneer – Scott Mitchell

For Tickets and More information Click Here

Thank you to our Old Bags Luncheon Co-Chairs!
Gretchen Bylow
Connie Anne Harris
Lauren Walsh
Judith Wertheimer

Save The Date: B*CURED Backyard Bash

Friday, May 8th, 2020
The Bailey’s Backyard
Greenwich, CT

Watson’s Catering * Beer Pong * Open Bar * DJ & Dancing

Invitation to Follow

For Sponsorship Opportunities Email Karena@bcured.org

Save The Date – Bedford Playhouse Gala Roaring 20’s: The Playhouse Speakeasy

Saturday, May 9, 2020
Bedford Playhouse
633 Old Post Rd
Bedford, NY

For more information contact – Dan Friedman
914 867 3051

Click Here for More Information

Save The Date: The Greenwich Hospital Benefit 2020






Friday, May 15, 2020
Greenwich Country Club
19 Doubling Road, Greenwich, CT

For tickets and more information click here

To donate click here

Save The Date : YWCA Annual Gala

Saturday, May 30, 2020
YWCA Greenwich
259 East Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT

The elegant evening will feature dinner, dancing and a live auction to benefit our programs and services. We hope you can join us for a special evening!

For More Information and Tickets Click Here

Co-Chairs: Andrea Sisca, Sabrina Forsythe, Stacy Zarakiotis, Douglas Graneto

Breast Cancer Alliance Los Angeles Golf Outing 2020

Monday, June 22, 2020
Wilshire Country Club
301 N Rossmore Avenue
Los Angeles, CA

Wilshire Country Club is an 18-hole private golf club located in Hancock Park in LA. The club was founded 100 years ago in 1919 and its Norman Macbeth-designed course opened the following year.

To Reserve your Foursome for an Early Rate Click Here

For More Information: contact yonni@breastcanceralliance.org or 203-861-0014

To Learn More about Wilshire Country Club Click Here


Scottsdale Spa Escape

Right about now you’re probably yearning for some quiet time for self-care. How about unwinding in a whirlpool under palm trees, in a steam room, or on a massage table with a view of cacti and nearby mountains? Add yoga, tennis, golf, hiking, horseback riding, and dining under the stars overlooking a gorgeous tiled pool. Scottsdale, Arizona is a resort haven; here are some favorites. Read More…


Faces of Philanthropy: BluePath Service Dogs

Blue is the color of clear skies, tranquil waters, and refreshing pools. It’s also the color associated with autism—and the color of the vests BluePath service dogs wear when they’re working. Launched at the end of 2016, BluePath places service dogs with children who have autism—totally free of charge. For families, “A service dog is ‘hope in a blue vest.’” Read More…

The Magic of Paper

“In this digital age, there is nothing as warm and personal as a handwritten note on an exquisite piece of brightly colored, beautifully textured stationery. It takes an ordinary gesture and makes it a celebratory one. It is wonderful to reach into your mailbox to find that gorgeous handwritten envelope.” Read More…

LOOK Health and Fitness: Dairy is Off the Table

“Insanity: Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” – Albert Einstein. I want to profess; I am not a nutritionist. I am a fitness enthusiast/junkie. Even if I have had five glasses of wine and an entire gluten/dairy laden pizza, I will still wake up the next day and follow my fitness regimen. However, with that said, one can never expect to achieve their weight loss goal if only exercising. Consumption is everything! Read More…

Taking The Helm On Plastic Pollution

Which is scarier, the thought of a first-time sailor at the helm of a 70-foot ketch or the amount of seen or the thought of all the unseen plastic proliferating our lands and waters? For some – it maybe be the first, for many – it’s the latter! Read More…

Faces of Philanthropy: Special Education Legal Fund (S.E.L.F)

Autism. Dyslexia. Speech and language delay. Physical disabilities. Mental health challenges. Special education is complex – with its own language, acronyms, timelines, and legal standards. Ten years ago, Christine Lai and Ulrika Drinkall entered this arcane world to advocate on behalf of their own children. They came out the other side informed, energized, and with a mission. Last year, they formed the Special Education Legal Fund (S.E.L.F). Initially, S.E.L.F. only provided grants for legal support to families in need with children in the special education system. But as word of their organization spread, S.E.L.F. expanded to include even more resources. “Without our support, these families would have had no recourse in the legal system for what was happening with their children,” says Christine. Read More…

Faces of Philanthropy: Regional Hospice and Cynthia Emiry Roy

“We speak openly about what each patient wants and then honor his or her unique end of life journey,” says Cynthia Emiry Roy, MS, LCSW, CHA. Honesty, peace, compassion, dignity are more than words to Cynthia—they are the hallmarks of Regional Hospice, the first and largest nonprofit hospice in Western Connecticut. Whether taking care of patients in their own home or in the 36,000 square foot Center for Comfort Care and Healing, Cynthia and her staff push to make sure each patient’s last days are filled with grace and warmth. Read More…