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Stamford Public Education Foundation’s mentoring program presented Neighbors Link with gifts

Students and mentors from the Stamford Public Education Foundation’s mentoring program at Newfield Elementary School presented Neighbors Link with gifts that the organization will give to three families in need. Read More
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Viewing of the Documentary Food Chains

Thank you all who attended the viewing of the Documentary Food Chains. Thank you to our partners at Domus Kids and the Avon Theater and to Associated Producer Carl Bank who was available for a Q & A session after the movie.
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Senator Richard Blumenthal visited Neighbors Link in Stamford

Senator Richard Blumenthal visited Neighbors Link in Stamford this morning. He is calling for a wide expansion of immigration services in southwestern Connecticut and across the country. He said the services provided by programs like Neighbors Link are invaluable to immigrants to help them find jobs, housing and education. Watch Video
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Spring Benefit Breakfast 2015

An engaging event supporting the integration of immigrants into our community Keynote Speake was Luis Argueta, Award-winning director and producer “How Documentaries Can Change the World:  One Person at a Time” and “Abrazos” Read More
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Community Mural Dedication

Designed by Mexican Artist Maria Esther Magallanes, with participation of 200 community members, from over 30 countries., friends of Neighbors Link Stamford, among them Stamford Mayor Martin and Senator Richard Blumenthal. Read More
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$10,000 Grant from Fairfield County Community Foundation Supports Summer Reading Program

Neighbors Link Stamford has received a $10,000 grant from the Fairfield County Community Foundation to support the summer reading program. The summer reading program brings teachers from Stamford elementary schools to the Neighbors Link site to work with bilingual students who want to improve their reading and comprehension skills. Students are grouped by school grade,…
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