STAMFORD, CT – Fairfield County kicked off their weekend the right way during New Neighborhoods’ 3rd Annual Stamford Brew & Whiskey Festival this past Friday, September 27th at Harbor Point in Stamford. More than 400 brew and whiskey lovers from throughout the region enjoyed brews, views, and food while supporting a worthy cause. The Stamford […]
Stamford, CT – Big changes are happening here at New Neighborhoods! It is with great excitement that we announce the arrival of our new President and CEO William J. Healy II. A New York University graduate, William J. Healy II comes to New Neighborhoods with a background in creating affordable housing. As a former member […]
STAMFORD, CT – Friday the Second Annual Stamford Brew and Whiskey Festival at Harbor Point in Stamford drew people from throughout the region to taste and experience a spirit filled event while supporting a worthy cause. Brews, views, and food attracted over 350 residents from Southern Connecticut and New York to the harbor front event […]
Stamford, Connecticut – New Neighborhoods, Inc. (NNI) is now formally conducting an executive search for the organization’s next Chief Executive Officer. Our CEO Ross Burkhardt, who passionately led the organization for 17 years, has retired. The Board of Directors’ Executive Transition Team has been working with the assistance of TSNE MissionWorks (formerly Third Sector New […]
CHEERS TO THE FIRST ANNUAL STAMFORD BREW & WHISKEY FESTIVAL (Stamford, CT) – Folks from around the Fairfield County region flooded into the Stamford Brew and Whiskey Festival at Harbor Point in Stamford on Thursday, September 14th, 2017. Beer and whiskey lovers came from Southern Connecticut and New York to enjoy fine local food, craft beer, […]
Going, going, green! On April 27th, 2017 stop by our Norwalk building at 80 Fair Street and tour the newly installed solar panels by GRID Alternatives. Join our open house tour and lunch session with key stakeholders and local officials. If you can’t make the main event, RSVP to CTlaunch@gridalternatives.org or call 212.549.3996 to arrange […]
Seniors who turned out for a luncheon at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Stamford on Wednesday afternoon enjoyed more than just a good meal.
The fair is part of an increased focus to help low income tenants tap into a spectrum of programs and city agencies to promote healthier living.
The Over 60 Club in Stamford hosted a prom for seniors at St. John’s Episcopal Church — senior citizens that is.