Ridgefield Guild of Artists thanks the Ridgefield Thrift Shop for their generous gift to our arts organization. We are grateful for all they do for the many non-profits in town.
“They truly are a town treasure!” said Pam Stoddart, Executive Director of the Guild of Artists. “Their energy, kindness, and volunteer spirit is an example to us all to do the same. The Guild has been lucky to partner with the Thrift Shop in past years and we look forward to more collaborations in the future.”
It was a pleasure to meet with some of the Thrift Shop members and take a photo with volunteers, Gen and Mary Ellen at the reception for all the 2022 grantees last month.
“Especially during these times as we begin the third year of COVID challenges, all local non-profits are relying on the kindness of individuals and organizations such as the Ridgefield Thrift Shop to help keep us doing what we do. “We thank you, and our members thank you, for this generous gift.”
Ridgefield Guild of Artists' gallery and studio barn is located at the bottom of the hill at 34 Halpin Lane, offering shows, classes, workshops, summer programs and more for artists and art lovers of all ages. Visit www.rgoa.org or call 203.438.8863 for more information about this 48-year-old arts organization with more than 300 members.