SHELTON, CT (July 26, 2016) – Adam’s House,™ a nonprofit grief education center in Shelton (adamshousect.org
), is holding its formal Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Thursday, Sept. 8th at 10 a.m. to celebrate the launch of no-cost grief educational programs for Connecticut children and families.
Community members are warmly invited to attend the Ribbon-Cutting ceremony at 241 Coram Ave. Following the ribbon-cutting ceremony, volunteers will offer guided tours of the 18 rooms at Adam’s House. ™ After undergoing extensive remodeling, the charming Victorian home features warm, inviting meeting spaces and colorful, playful murals in rooms for children.
Sept 8th Free Event Highlights
Adam’s House™-241 Coram Ave., Shelton, CT 06484 (adamshousect.org)
10:00 a.m.-Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony with valued community supporters
11:00 a.m.-Guided Tours of Adam’s House™
Throughout the day, light fare and refreshments will be served.
Free parking in the Adam’s House™ lot. Street parking also is allowed.
Adam’s House™ Mission
At Adam’s House,™ we believe no child should ever grieve alone. Each child deserves a supportive and understanding community to learn and explore their feelings of loss. All grief journeys are unique and grief is a natural reaction to the loss of a loved one. At Adam’s House,™ we will be a partner in support of your healing process.
Adam’s House™ Background
Adam’s House™ is located at 241 Coram Ave. in Shelton, CT, and is an entity of The Adam Wysota Foundation. Adam’s House™ represents a strong grassroots network of Connecticut supporters and backers from throughout the country who helped raise the funds to purchase the home. Adam’s House™ honors the memory of Adam Wysota, a beloved father, Little League coach and active volunteer in his Weston, CT community. Before his passing, Adam Wysota held prestigious Wall Street positions at Depository Trust & Clearing Corp., Barclays Capital, Lehman Brothers and Morgan Stanley.
Adam’s House™ is a 501c3 organization. All donations to Adam’s House™ are tax deductible. For further information, go to adamshousect.org or call 203-513-2808.