Local branch of an international nonprofit organization working to end human rights abuses and to raise the awareness of human rights issues locally.
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AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL, LOWER FAIRFIELD COUNTY GROUPLearn More
GREENWICH BOARD OF EDUCATIONLearn More
Town board responsible for the public schools. It sets policy and standards for teachers; decides grade organization and district boundaries; manages school properties; negotiates teachers’ contracts; and hires the Superintendent of Schools and the Chief Administrator. The board is bipartisan and unpaid. Two members from each party are elected every 2 years in odd-numbered years […]
CONNECTICUT JUDICIAL BRANCH LAW LIBRARY – STAMFORD COURTHOUSELearn More
One of 15 branches of the Connecticut Judicial Branch Law Library system. It is open to the public.
AMERICAN RED CROSS – GREENWICH CHAPTERLearn More
Greenwich Chapter of international nonprofit and humanitarian organization chartered in 1914. The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers, the generosity of donors and strength of partnerships.
REBUILDING TOGETHER FAIRFIELD COUNTYLearn More
Founded in 1988, this is a nationwide community-based organization. Rebuilding Together Fairfield County, Inc. provides assistance to low-income homeowners who are not able to cover the costs of home repair. Typically, these individuals are elderly or have a disability or are families with children. Nonprofit facilities such as schools, shelters and daycare centers are also included.
GREENWICH DUMP RECYCLING CENTER – HOLLY HILLLearn More
Town transfer station receiving Household or Commercial Trash/Garbage (MSW) and Recyclables and Single Stream (SSR). Residential Dumping Permit Decal (or current PARK PASS, see TOWN OF GREENWICH PARK PASS OFFICE (BEACH CARD), and a Vehicle Dumping Permit are required. You may also apply at the Scale House on site. Non-Residential Dumping Permit Decal – Agents of Greenwich residents or Greenwich businesses […]
CONNECTICUT – DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTIONLearn More
The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is charged with conserving, improving and protecting the natural resources and the environment of the state of Connecticut as well as making cheaper, cleaner and more reliable energy available for the people and businesses of the state. DEEP was established on July 1, 2011 with the […]
NORWALK HOUSING AUTHORITY / NEON – NORWALK ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY NOWLearn More
Norwalk Housing Authority will integrate NEON’s programs and services in 2016. NEON declared bankruptcy in 2014. Previously, in 2012 NEON (Norwalk) and her sister organization CTE (Stamford), the Committee on Training and Employment merged into one agency. Their mission is to provide economically disadvantaged residents of the greater Norwalk and Stamford area with the range of […]
UJA FEDERATION OF GREENWICHLearn More
Nonprofit Jewish philanthropic organization. The Greenwich branch heads up a coalition of Greenwich Jewish organizations that works to coordinate efforts by the various synagogues and Jewish groups to develop youth programs and adult educational programs for the community. It also provides funds for the rescue and resettlement of Jews worldwide as well as supporting local […]
CONNECTICUT BETTER BUSINESS BUREAULearn More
Founded in 1928, this branch is part of a national, private, nonprofit organization supported by membership of Connecticut businesses and professional groups. BBB acts as a neutral third-party to help Connecticut consumers and businesses resolve marketplace disputes. BBB is the resource to turn to for objective, unbiased information on businesses.