Roz Chast, author and renowned cartoonist for “The New Yorker,” will bring her story to life through humor at the SilverSource Benefit Luncheon planned for November 7,2018 at Serafina at the IC in Stamford, CT.
Save the date to hear this acclaimed humorist share insights from her award-winning memoir, Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant? (Bloomsbury, 2014), a graphic novel portraying Chast’s own experiences with her aging parents.
Advance tickets are on sale now. Proceeds from this Inspiring Lives benefit luncheon will provide critical funds to support the work SilverSource does to improve the quality of life of older adults and provide critical financial support for those in great need of community support.
Gene Rubino, founder of Plaza Realty & Management Corporation, will serve as honorary chair for the event alongside co-chairs, Adele Gordon and Polly Rauh. Additionally, winners of the 2018 SilverSource Awards will be honored for their contributions to bettering the lives of Fairfield County’s older residents.
Visit https://silversource.org for details and to purchase advance tickets. A variety of high visibility sponsorship packages are also available. SilverSource would like to thank its media sponsor, Stamford Magazine/Moffly Media.
SilverSource, founded in 1908, advocates for older adults and provides case management, emergency financial assistance, guidance and other direct services to improve the safety, health and quality of life for older adults in lower Fairfield County CT. In addition, SilverSource is an information resource center and referral source for older residents and their families. SilverSource, Inc., a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization, is located at 2009 Summer Street in Stamford, CT 06905. For more information visit www.silversource.org or call 203.324.6584.