Join us for our our 2020 Gala as we celebrate our environment & culture initiative!

And help us honor this year’s Global Partner Award winner, Rob Fried!

Rob is the Founder and Executive Director of Connecticut based music charity organization, Band Central with a mantra “to show up, get down and do good.”

Dinner will be provided by

Date: May 29, 2020

Time: 7:00 p.m.

Location: Stepping Stones Museum for Children in Norwalk, CT

For more information, please contact Polly Loughran at or 203-803-4376.

During the evening, we will show a brief version our new film highlighting RainForest ArtLink and our work in Guatemala. 

Please enjoy meeting Manuel from Guatemala in his Artist Story, from our new story gathering series.

Rainforest Fact: Most rainforest leaves are very green and have a waxy kind of coating to them. Approximately 90 percent of rainforest plant leaves have what is called a “drip tip.” The drip tip (seen on this fern leaf), is the pointed end of the leaf. This tip makes it easier for water to run off the leaves and bring water to the roots of the plants below.


Enjoy these photos of RainForest ArtLink students in Guatemala taken by our documentary filmmaker, Abbie Steckler.

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