Volunteer Opportunities

St Baldricks is back

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Heads will be shaved at Barlow on Monday starting at 9:15. Please support your local team. Here is the link to the Redding Police Dept team.

Giving Day

by John Piper
President, Board of Directors, Danbury Animal Welfare Society

Charitable-minded individuals are empowered to make an impact in their community on Giving Day, a 24-hour online event, taking place on March 9, 2017. This day of giving makes it easy for everyone to support local charities that provide vital community services, such as Danbury Animal Welfare Society (DAWS).

Founded in 1974, DAWS is Western Connecticut’s leader in placing homeless animals in their forever homes and promoting responsible pet guardianship.

A no-kill shelter that saves the lives of animals in need and provides community education and low-cost spay/neuter programs, we are a volunteer-driven nonprofit organization that relies on the generosity of donors for our life-saving work. 92% of our budget directly supports our programs and animal care, a figure that places us among the highest tier of public charities nationwide.

We are excited to once again be a part of Fairfield County’s Community Foundation’s Giving Day, where bonus awards for participation mean that for as a little as $10, you can help DAWS reach our goal of raising $15,000 for our life-saving work.

Making a fully tax-deductible donation to DAWS at FCGives.org on Giving Day will directly help save the lives of hundreds of companion animals.

Please join us on March 9. Log on to FCGives.org to learn more about this special opportunity, and look for updates on our Facebook page (Facebook.com/DAWSpets) and website (DAWS.org).

I thank you in advance for your kindness and life-saving generosity.

More Local Marchers

Here are a few other Redding women and friends who participated in the Women’s March


Alice Garrard on train station en route to March.



Dr. Kim Yonkers and her daughter Arielle Landau

Emily Hooke of Redding and Rondi Olson of Weston


A view from 7th Ave looking toward the marchers crossing the national mall. (photo: Emily Hooke)

Susan Jackson

Jinny Cohen

Anna Pomeroy and Ellen Pomeroy

Sarah and Sophie Ota

In Stamford

Tracy Anderson and friends




Dominick Agnes, Nancy Bottger, BettyAnn Gilchrist, Nancy Schur and Jennifer Agnes.