If you would like to enhance and extend the work of Open Connections--such as making it possible for more low and moderate income families to attend our programs, or by enriching our environment with donations of equipment or supplies to be used by our young people--we would be most happy to hear from you.
There are specific ways already set up to receive your support. Please
feel free to make you choice(s) from the list below, or you may contact our
Development Coordinator (and OC parent, Corinne Greskiewicz) at Alumni@OpenConnections.org or by calling 610-459-3366. We will be happy to answer any of your questions and thank you, in advance, for your desire to help.
Items can be brought to the Office at Open Connections. Thank you for keeping us in mind when you are cleaning out!
** NOTE: At the current time, ALL contributions to Annual Giving are doubled by the Wyncote Foundation.
If you wish to send your contribution through the postal service please address your contribution to Open Connections, Inc., 1616 Delchester Road, Newtown Square, PA, 19073.
If you have any questions or would like to have a conversation about how best to support OC, please contact our Development Coordinator (and OC parent), Corinne Greskiewicz, at Alumni@OpenConnections.org or by calling 610-459-3366 to leave a message for her. Thank you, in advance, for your desire to help!
My name is Nora Gillern. I am an OC alumna and member of the OC Board of Directors, currently working and living in Manhattan. I graduated from OC in 2012 after eight happy years of programs and moved to New York to study history at Eugene Lang: The New School for Liberal Arts.
After I graduated from college, Open Connections invited me back to the campus to talk about my experience as a former homeschooler in a collegiate environment. It was after this experience that I was able to truly reflect on how essential and impactful OC was to my educational journey. It became essential to me to give back on a more consistent basis to the community that had given me so much. This was when I . . . .