Imagine cruising around with the ragtop down in a classic roadster. This fall, Family Centers will make this a reality for one lucky winner.
As part of its “Roaring Twenties” benefit, Family Centers will raffle off a classic 1951 MG-TD convertible to allow the winner to take home some of the glamour synonymous with this classic American era. The car is in impeccable condition and features the original 1250-cc four cylinder engine, leather interior and 4-speed transmission.
The MG was donated by Ginny and Sean Day, who are dedicated supporters of Family Centers and its work in the community.
Co-chaired by Kate Clark, Bri Hart, Susannah Heyworth, Ashley Reid and Carter Simonds, Family Centers’ “Roaring Twenties” benefit will be held on Saturday, September 18 at 6:30 p.m.at a private Greenwich residence. For more information on the “Roaring Twenties” benefit or to become a sponsor, click here.
Family Centers is a private, nonprofit organization offering heath, education and human services to children, adults and families in Fairfield County. More than 200 professionals and 1,200 trained volunteers work together to provide a wide range of responsive, innovative programs. A United Way, Community Fund of Darien and New Canaan Community Foundation partner agency, Family Centers is a member of the Connecticut Council of Family Service Agencies and is accredited by The Joint Commission and the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). The agency is licensed by the State of Connecticut Department of Public Health. Visit www.familycenters.org for additional information.
*Photo shows Roaring Twenties benefit co-chairs take a the MG-TD for a spin. L-R: Carter Simonds, Susannah Heyworth, Ashley Reid, Kate Clark (not pictured, Bri Hart).