Chapel Haven had a great night in downtown Fairfield on April 19!
During Chapel Haven night at Woofgang & Co., Chapel Haven’s UARTS staffers Stephanie Berberich and Heather McDonald manned a table of pooch-related doggie wear, pillows and artwork. Catherine Sullivan-DeCarlo and Julia Isenberg gave an overview about Chapel Haven’s programs and campus expansion. Chapel Haven Parent Kris Burbank, who helped found the Woofgang & Co. business in Fairfield, served wine, cheese and light refreshments and talked about both Chapel Haven and Woofgang.
“It was a fabulous night and we enjoyed the opportunity to meet and speak with parents in Fairfield County,” Catherine said.
Chapel Haven is available to host parties and events in homes and at related businesses, providing a convenient way of learning more about transition options for young adults looking to start an independent life. Contact Catherine at firstname.lastname@example.org
Woofgang & Co. is a nonprofit organization driven to help young people with disabilities succeed by creating jobs tailored to the individual, while providing high-quality pet treats and handcrafted novelty items with passion and purpose.
UARTS items available at the Woofgang store