Fairfielders support Fairfield’s own Save the Children

On March 31, a luncheon fund-raiser was held at Aspetuck Valley Country Club in Weston to benefit Fairfield-based Save the Children. The event was hosted by Save the Children’s newly-formed Fairfield Leadership Council.

Save the Children president & CEO, Carolyn Miles, of Fairfield, spoke at the event.

The event raised funds for Save the Children’s U.S. Programs, which strive to ensure that America’s most underserved children are ready to succeed in school and life.

Save the Children community literacy specialist Annie Walters and Save the Children President & CEO Carolyn Miles with sponsored child Journeé, 8, and her mother, Sharlene, at a March 31 luncheon at the Aspetuck Valley Country Club in Weston. The event raised funds for Fairfield-based Save the Children’s U.S. Programs and was hosted by Save the Children’s newly-formed Fairfield Leadership Council. Journeé, Sharlene and Annie spoke about their positive experiences with Save the Children’s in-school, after-school and summer learning programs in South Carolina. Photo by Jeremy Soulliere.

Save the Children community literacy specialist Annie Walters and Save the Children President & CEO Carolyn Miles with sponsored child Journeé, 8, and her mother, Sharlene, at a March 31 luncheon at the Aspetuck Valley Country Club in Weston. The event raised funds for Fairfield-based Save the Children’s U.S. Programs and was hosted by Save the Children’s newly-formed Fairfield Leadership Council. Journeé, Sharlene and Annie spoke about their positive experiences with Save the Children’s in-school, after-school and summer learning programs in South Carolina. Photo by Jeremy Soulliere.

 

Bernadette Parks, a member of Save the Children’s newly-formed Fairfield Leadership Council, with Save the Children sponsored child Journeé, 8, and her mother, Sharlene, at a March 31 luncheon at the Aspetuck Valley Country Club in Weston.

Bernadette Parks, a member of Save the Children’s newly-formed Fairfield Leadership Council, with Save the Children sponsored child Journeé, 8, and her mother, Sharlene, at a March 31 luncheon at the Aspetuck Valley Country Club in Weston.

Save the Children President & CEO (third from left) Carolyn Miles with members of Save the Children’s newly-formed Fairfield Leadership Council, from left, Sheila Sullivan, Bernadette Park, Anne Bigin, Michelle Lavelle, Jennifer Lubarsky, Joan Curran and Barbara Kleba.

Save the Children President & CEO (third from left) Carolyn Miles with members of Save the Children’s newly-formed Fairfield Leadership Council, from left, Sheila Sullivan, Bernadette Park, Anne Bigin, Michelle Lavelle, Jennifer Lubarsky, Joan Curran and Barbara Kleba.

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