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Ann’s Place Online Campaigns Successfully Raised Funds to Benefit Cancer Patients

Ann’s Place, a Danbury-based nonprofit providing services, and support to those living with cancer has successfully crowdfunded $3,000 to provide additional services to benefit these individuals and their families.

“We are so excited our two families had 100% of their services covered,” said Shannon Cobb, President and CEO of Ann’s Place. “Families facing cancer have enough on their plates. Thanks to The Impact Vine, we can continue to offer our services free of charge through this creative donor engagement tool.”

The Impact Vine is a new crowdfunding site developed by nonprofits, for nonprofits to raise money, and for individuals, groups, and families to use to raise funds for nonprofits they care about, through The Impact Vine’s Create a Project button. www.TheImpactVine.org

Ann’s Place provides help and hope to those living with cancer and their loved ones. Our clinical social workers, facilitators and wellness experts provide a host of services aimed at improving quality of life during and after cancer. Ann’s Place relies on the generosity of donors to be able to continue providing these services free of charge.

For more information on Ann’s Place, please visit www.AnnsPlace.org.


The Impact Vine was launched by The Community Fund of Darien in May 2017 to make it easier to give back. To solve local problems. To raise funds for nonprofits’ projects. To volunteer. And to make it easier to connect with the community.

The Community Fund of Darien is an independent, results-oriented, volunteer-driven nonprofit dedicated to securing the local safety net by funding critical local needs and developing new initiatives for unmet needs in Darien, Stamford and Norwalk.

For more information on The Community Fund of Darien, please visit www.CommunityFundDarien.org.

Photo: Shannon Cobb, President & CEO, Ann’s Place, and Matt Boyle, Director of Development pose with their check from The Impact Vine

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