(March 03, 2019) - Cindy Palmer was third up on this night at the Mystic YMCA, pitching the idea before about 75 people of supporting a small organization dedicated to helping women transition out of the York Correctional Institution in Niantic. . . . On this night, Palmer's pitch was a winning one, which meant New Life Ministries, no longer associated with a religious organization, would be getting $10,200 from Power of Together 2 Southeastern Connecticut. It's a 3-year-old organization that on the night of Feb. 19 surpassed the $100,000 mark in its members cash donations to worthy local causes. Continue reading . . .
(Sept. 17, 2018) - Power of Together 2, a crowdfunding group based in Mystic, named Ledyard nonprofit Sofia Sees Hope as its August beneficiary, awarding the organization $10,200. Power of Together 2 meets quarterly, and members pledge $100 to go to one of three randomly selected local nonprofit organizations. Representatives pitch their organizations, and members vote on which one will receive that quarter’s collected donations. Previous donations include $8,100 for the Coogan Farm Giving Garden and $5,700 for the Groton Public Library to restore Sunday hours. Continue reading . . .
Ledyard, CT (Sept. 5, 2018) — Power of Together 2, a local crowd-funding group, raised $10,200 from 102 members to benefit Sofia Sees Hope in August. The money will be used to help families from across the country attend Sofia Sees Hope’s first LCA Family Conference in October in Groton, CT. Continue reading . . .
Stonington, CT (January 23, 2017) — The 93 members of the Power of Together 2 charitable group donated $9,300 to the Pawcatuck Neighborhood Center during its fourth meeting Tuesday night. . . The funds will be used to purchase meat and fresh vegetables for their food-distribution program and to help local families keep their homes warm this winter as the cost of fuel steadily rises. Continue reading . . .
Groton (July 25, 2016)— Members of a newly formed citizens' group in Mystic donated $100 each this month, raising $5,800 to help Groton Public Library open on Sundays this year. The library has been open on Sundays during the school year for at least 35 years. But that was expected to end due to budget cuts. Continue reading . . .
Stonington (July 25, 2016)— A group of residents has found a straightforward, simple way to make a difference in the community and, ultimately, to change lives. With 58 members who are committed to donating $100 each at quarterly meetings, the newly formed Power of Together. Continue reading . . .