September 17, 2019

Join a ‘Leading Together’ Conversation This Afternoon at Old Lyme Library, Hosted by Community Foundation of Eastern CT

The Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut (CFECT) is committed to hearing the voices of residents and convening state leaders, experts and communities to discuss issues affecting Eastern Connecticut. In recent years, the CFECT has held Thriving Community Conversations on women, arts, youth, animal welfare and environmental issues, as well as Connecticut’s fiscal crisis and its impact on the nonprofit sector in our region.

The next LeadingTOGETHER Thriving Community Conversation will be held at the Phoebe Griffin Noyes Old Lyme Library on Tuesday, June 4, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. The discussions will help to inform and inspire the Foundation’s work while offering the opportunity for participants to think creatively about community solutions, sparking new or deeper connections to lead together for change.

In addition, the Phoebe Griffin Noyes Old Lyme Library will be sharing information about their current and upcoming programs and invite community members to engage in further conversations and opportunities.

All Old Lyme and Lyme residents are invited to join the conversation. Those interested in attending should RSVP by email to or call Pam Mola at 860.442.3572.

Serving 42 towns and comprised of over 500 charitable funds, the Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut puts philanthropy into action to address the needs, rights and interests of the region. The Foundation stewards net assets of over $88 million and has awarded more than $56 million in grants and scholarships to nonprofits and students since its founding in 1983. To learn more, visit


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