Fundraiser for special needs program held in Stamford

Many families spent Labor Day running and walking to help raise money for a Stamford special needs program.The Center for Women of the Stamford Jewish

STAMFORD - Many families spent Labor Day running and walking to help raise money for a Stamford special needs program.

The Center for Women of the Stamford Jewish Community Center held their fourth annual 5K Family Fun Run and Walk today.

The race raised money to support "Jump Start", the center's preschool program for children with special needs.

Stamford Jewish Community Center's JumpStart Peschool Pogram for Cildren with Secial Needs

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