Gathering for the official naming of Connecticut’s first Justice Center
On hand for the official naming of Connecticut's first Justice
Center, was Justice Center "Champion" Cindi Bigelow, third
generation President & CEO of family owned Bigelow Tea and
long-time supporter of the non-profit community organization.
There to celebrate the event was Debra Greenwood, the center's
President & CEO, Senator Richard Blumenthal, Congressman Jim
Himes and many others.
The name change signifies the center's commitment to women and
children by providing one-stop crisis management services to
victims of domestic and sexual violence in the Great Bridgeport
The center, formerly known as Center for Women and Families, is
on a list of eighteen charities favored by Cindi Bigelow and the
Bigelow family that each year receives funds raised by the annual
Bigelow Tea Community Challenge. To date, Bigelow has awarded
over $86k to the center.
In photo from left to
Fairfield Police Chief Gary
MacNamara, Cindi Bigelow, State Representative Tony Hwang. State
Senator Andres Ayala, Deb Greenwood, President, CEO - The
Center for Family Justice, The Center for Family Justice Board
President, Andrea Goodman, Senator Richard Blumenthal, State
Representative Brenda Kupchick, Congressman, Jim Himes