Ridgefield A Better Chance (RABC) invites the community to its first-ever Virtual Fundraiser, A Celebration of Education, on March 4th from 6PM- 7PM.
To register for this event, view donation opportunities and raffle items, click here. Once registered, you will receive an email with the video link prior to March 4th.
Proceeds will benefit RABC, a program that changes lives!
The event will be live-streamed from London by Safiya Samms, an RABC alumna. Safiya, a Tech Manager at Facebook/London office, has been a major supporter of RABC since her graduation from Ridgefield High School in 2007.
Ira Joe Fisher will introduce Guest of Honor, Jeanne Manto. She will be recognized at the event for her work as a former RABC Academic Advisor, Board Member and most recently, RABC Past President as well as her continued volunteer efforts on behalf of the organization.
Other highlights of the evening:
o Meet some of our alumnae and our current scholars
o Take a peak at what life at the RABC house is really like during a special video presentation
o Enter to win Raffle Prizes with winners announced during the event
To learn more about RABC, visit our website.
RABC is a an IRS tax-exempt 501c(3) organization and all contributions are greatly appreciated.
Ridgefield A Better Chance Mission
Our mission is to provide academically talented and highly motivated young women of color from educationally underserved areas the opportunity to live in our community and to study at Ridgefield’s public high school. We provide educational, social, and cultural enrichment as we strive to prepare our Scholars to become the leaders of tomorrow.
Eight young women, grades 9-12, reside in the Ridgefield A Better Chance (RABC) house under the care of the Resident Director and Assistant Resident Director, with the guidance of RABC Board of Directors, and with support from their host families and countless other volunteers. Since 1987, fifty-eight RABC Scholars have graduated from Ridgefield High School and have gone on to major universities and colleges.
RABC, affiliated with the national nonprofit, A Better Chance, operates as one of their 20 public Community School Programs and is a 501(c) (3).