Car Service and transportation to and from Westchester County Airport. They are located in the arrivals terminal of the Westchester County Airport.
CONNECTICUT WOMEN’S EDUCATION AND LEGAL FUNDLearn More
Since 1973, CWEALF has worked to advance women’s rights and opportunities in Connecticut. Through the 3 core programs, listed below, CWEALF initiates services to educate and empower women and girls. They have expertise in family law, sex discrimination in employment and education, hate crimes and LGBT civil rights. CWEALF is dedicated to ensuring equal rights […]
SPED CONNECTICUT – CHILDREN WITH LEARNING DISABILITIESLearn More
SpEdConnecticut, Inc. , known as the Learning Disabilities Association of Connecticut for many years, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to making a positive difference in the educational experience of children with disabilities. They provide information, training, and advocacy support to families as they seek appropriate educational services for their children with special education needs.
GIRLS, INC. OF WESTERN CONNECTICUT – GREENWICH CHAPTERLearn More
Begun in 1864 as a response to the needs of working women in Waterbury. It offers programs encouraging girls ages 6-18 to make thoughtful decisions to lead confident and healthy lives. Programs are facilitated by trained, professional staff.
Inspirica, formerly known as St. Luke’s LifeWorks, began as an outreach effort of St. John’s Episcopal Church in the late 1800s. Changing to meet the needs of the community, LifeWorks became an independent non-denominational charity in 1987. Today, services are provided to more than 400 adults and children who face homelessness each year at 10 […]
FRESH AIR FUND OF STAMFORD AND GREENWICHLearn More
Fresh Air children are boys and girls, from 6 – 18 years old, who live in New York City. Children on first-time visits are 6 – 12 years old and stay for one or two weeks. Children who are reinvited by host families may continue with The Fresh Air Fund through age 18 and can […]
THE SUSAN FUND, INCLearn More
Established in 1982 in memory of Susan Davis Lloyd, a Westport teenager who died of cancer while a senior at Staples High School. This nonprofit organization awards scholarships and is dedicated to providing educational scholarships to Fairfield County students who have been diagnosed with cancer.