Direction and resources for a second consecutive year from this generous and well respected foundation has been critical to our evolution as an organization, enabling us to build on the momentum of past accomplishments, plan for the future and continue to offer free cultural opportunities and serve the community through the arts. With the help of this GOS funding City Lights will continue to collaborate with various groups and individuals and offer an ongoing calendar of free programs and events.
“Vulnerable,” sponsored in part by the Jaimie Hulley Foundation, Barbara Block Interiors,
CRAZY MAKING: Working through a family’s struggle with mental illness, the art of Sherri Wolfgang will lift the veil from the condition of living with mental illness, Aug. 24 to Sept. 17. Artist’s Reception Thurs, Sept. 1 , 5:30-8 p.m.
Hispanic Heritage Month show, guest curator Ben Ortiz: Sept. 22-Oct. 22
The Classic and Custom Car Show on McLevy Green, Sept. 24
The Third Annual Bridgeport ArtTrail, Nov. 10-14
The Fairfield County Community Foundation has awarded $120 million in grants to non profits locally and beyond. Individuals, families, corporations and organizations can establish charitable funds and contribute to existing funds through the FCCF and its philanthropic advisory services.