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The Westport Writers’ Workshop is an independent literary arts center offering enriching, supportive creative writing classes, as well as literary readings to the local public. Our organization also provides free writing workshops to underserved populations in their own communities.
Thanks to your generosity, we were able to offer free writing workshops at the following organizations/schools:
College Essay workshops at Warde & Ludlowe High Schools
as well as hold free workshops via Zoom for:
Writers Healing From Trauma
Women Affected By Breast Cancer
In 2022, we're pleased to offer new workshops for:
Homes for the Brave
This year we also offered partial scholarships to 25 writers who needed to write but did not have the financial means. Our goal is to continue to grow the service arm of our organization, and to offer the gift of writing and workshops to more organizations and communities who could benefit from its healing powers. WWW gives thanks to YOU; if you would like to offer thanks in return, we would be most appreciative! No donation amount is too small.
WAYS TO GIVE
Make an online donation using the link below or
Call us: (203) 227-3250
Kindly make your check payable to:
Westport Writers’ Workshop
25 Sylvan Road South, Suite J
Westport, CT 06880
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THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROSITY
Westport Writers’ Workshop, Inc. is a non-profit charitable organization
with a 501 (c) (3) tax status, and donations are tax-deductible to the extent of the law.
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We are extremely grateful for Valerie Leff for her years of leadership and deftly transitioning the business to a nonprofit, and for Juanita Leff, whose generosity from the inception of WWW has helped to create a thriving business and successful organization that we are today.
We’re also grateful to the following contributors:
Helen Martin Block
Michelle and Bill Bradley
Stephanie and Ron Buesinger, Jr.
Valerie Ann Leff
Trish Breede Minskoff
Linda and Jim Waterbury
Arthur and Martha Zinn
Getting nurtured and validated both by the instructor and other participants gave me a sense of feeling replenished and of having “my cup” filled – it is hard to give to patients and clients when our own well is empty and this class definitely helped me to keep giving to those I care for.