May 31, 12:00 PM–1:00 PM
The “Resource Guide for Women, Girls & Fairfield County Communities,” was collaboratively authored by Fairfield County’s Community Foundation’s Fund for Women & Girls, Franklin Street Works contemporary art space, and UConn-Stamford Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program. There are approximately 1,000 copies of the publication in print as well as a digital PDF that can be shared via email or accessed on Franklin Street Works’ website.
The “Resource Guide for Women, Girls & Fairfield County Communities,” includes 46 organizations with a special emphasis on four categories: Career/Workforce Development, Health Services, Housing and Economic Supportive Services, and STEAM Enrichment & Leadership Development. Funds for the guide were generously provided by Fairfield County’s Community Foundation’s Fund for Women & Girls with in-kind printing donated by Purdue Pharma. To request a hard copy or a digital PDF of the resource guide, please email your request to Info@franklinstreetworks.org.
About Fairfield County’s Community Foundation’s Fund for Women & Girls
The Fund for Women & Girls, a special interest fund of Fairfield County’s Community Foundation, is the largest women’s fund in New England. Our mission is to engage philanthropists and invest in sustainable solutions that lead to economically secure and healthy women and girls throughout Fairfield County. Since 1998, The Fund has invested over $6.5 million in grants to programs serving females ages 5 to 90. The Fund is a member of the global Women’s Funding Network. Learn more about FCCF’s Fund for Women & Girls at fccfoundation.org/fwg and follow on Facebook and Twitter.
About UConn-Stamford Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program
During the past fifty years, feminist scholarship on women, gender, and sexuality has been increasingly influential in reshaping the academic world. Women’s, gender, and sexuality studies scholars have opened up the canon in almost every field to new works, subjects and approaches which have stretched the boundaries of academic inquiry. The Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies Program at UConn-Stamford gives students the opportunity to explore the role of gender, race, class, and sexuality in shaping ideas and social practices.