Tag Archives: Domestic Violence Fundraiser

Honor Mom with the Gift of HOPE

Dear Friends and Supporters, On this Mother’s Day, show your mother how much you appreciate her kindness, generosity and compassion with a gift to The Center for Family Justice. A donation to CFJ’s Annual Appeal– made in honor of the important mom or mother figures in your life– is a meaningful and impactful way to […]

Aly Raisman to Keynote Speaking of Women 2019

The Center for Family Justice is pleased to announce that Olympic Gold Medalist and survivors’ advocate Aly Raisman will be the keynote speaker at its 22nd annual Speaking of Women luncheon. Presented by People’s United Bank, the luncheon will take place at noon on Tuesday, Sept. 24 at The Waterview in Monroe. Raisman joins a long […]

Rockin Around The Decades Studio 54 Themed Party to Benefit The Center for Family Justice

  Stratford, Ct—A Studio 54 themed night of dining and dancing at Vazzano’s Four Seasons in Stratford on March 30 will benefit The Center for Family Justice, which provides crisis and supportive services to victims of domestic and sexual violence in six local communities. Band Together, a nonprofit community of talented musicians who have helped […]

Near & Far Aid Awards Grant to The Center for Family Justice

  Fairfield County based philanthropic organization Near & Fair Aid recently awarded a $22,000 grant to The Center for Family Justice in Bridgeport, which provides crisis and supportive services to victims of domestic and sexual violence and child abuse in six local communities. “This grant from Near & Far Aid recognizes and supports the important […]

Trumbull Police Union Holds Grow-a-Beard Fundraiser for CFJ

Members of the Trumbull Police Union recently donated $1,050 to The Center for Family Justice in Bridgeport, the proceeds of a December fundraiser which gave officers the chance to grow beards or wear special pins in exchange for a donation to the nonprofit. The Trumbull Police Department has a policy which restricts the growth of […]

New Board Member Profile: Welcome Sofia Goncalves

Trumbull resident Sofia Goncalves recently joined CFJ’s 17-member Board of Directors after several dedicated years supporting the agency as a volunteer. A Vice President and Branch Manager with People’s United Bank in Bridgeport, Sofia has pitched in at many CFJ fundraising events, including our annual Speaking of Women luncheon. She is also an engaged member […]

Madison Middle School Community Gives Holiday Cheer to CFJ Clients

Teachers and students from Trumbull’s Madison Middle School recently collected more than 70 holiday gifts  for clients of The Center for Family Justice, the Bridgeport-based nonprofit which serves victims of domestic and sexual violence and child abuse in six local communities. The gifts were presented to CFJ by Madison Middle School teacher Jeanne Malgioglio, who […]

Making Your Gift Work: How to Maximize the Tax Benefits of Your Gift to The Center for Family Justice

As you plans your annual appeal gift to CFJ, we encourage you to speak with your tax advisor about the impact of the Tax Code and Jobs Act on you philanthropic giving for this year.  In addition to supporting CFJ and our important mission, you may find additional tax benefits in considering “bunching” your charitable […]

Annual Appeal 2018: Give Now to Support Victims and Survivors

Dear Friends and Supporters, As many of you know, the past year has had a profound impact on victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence and those of us who care about their safety and well-being. Every day we are witnessing the many ways in which the #MeToo movement has empowered victims and survivors […]

2018 Holiday Wish List: Support CFJ Clients with These Thoughtful Gifts

Spread some holiday cheer to our clients this season by dropping by with a donation for CFJ’s Holiday Wish List. There are several ways to support our clients during the holiday season. They include: Adopting a CFJ client family. We are currently looking for a small number of individuals or families interested in adopting client […]