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Sarah Bamford

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Sarah I. Bamford is a bilingual / continental communications strategist and founder at Hybrid Media based in Old Greenwich, Connecticut. Before starting her boutique communications agency Sarah began a career in the Fashion Industry after receiving a BBA from LIM College in New York City. After being exposed to various roles in Entertainment PR and Wholesale Fashion Events Sarah attended the Fashion Institute of Technology and New York University to further develop her skills in Marketing and Public Relations. With a talent for connecting and building relationships Sarah leverages networking to provide strategic results for clients and colleagues. Traveling is naturally one of Sarah's favorite pastimes and visiting Mount Fuiji in Japan is a highlight from her travel adventures. Sarah also explores throughout Fairfield County and is a media source for all things social in the region.

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  1. Make-A-Wish In Trumbull Raises More Than $550,000 At Annual Ball

    Make-A-Wish In Trumbull Raises More Than $550,000 At Annual Ball

    TRUMBULL, Conn. -- Make-A-Wish Connecticut in Trumbull celebrated its 30th anniversary at its annual Celebrating Wishes Ball on Saturday, Nov. 5, at the Greenwich Country Club. The annual dinner, dance and auction raised more than $550,000 this year, which will go toward granting the wishes of Connecticut children with life-threatening medical conditions.It was a night full of ...

  2. Pitch Your Peers Of Greenwich To Award $30,000 To Local Nonprofit

    Pitch Your Peers Of Greenwich To Award $30,000 To Local Nonprofit

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- A local nonprofit providing counseling, educational programs and advocacy for more than 60 years in Greenwich will be awarded the first ever Pitch Your Peers grant.Steviann Martines of Pitch Your Peers (PYP) will award Community Centers, Inc. (CCI) with a check for $30,000 at the inaugural grant reception on Wednesday, Nov. 30, at 7:30 p.m. at the Innis Arden Golf ...

  3. Greenwich's Pitch Your Peers Awards Community Centers Inc. $30K Grant

    Greenwich's Pitch Your Peers Awards Community Centers Inc. $30K Grant

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- Pitch Your Peers of Greenwich recently named group member Steviann Martines as its first winning "grant champion," and Community Centers Inc. of Greenwich as its first ever grant recipient. Martines will present CCI with a check for $30,000 from PYP at the inaugural grant reception on Wednesday, Nov. 30, at 7:30 p.m. at the Innis Arden Golf Club in Old ...

  4. Get Financial Improvement Tips At Greenwich United Way Program

    Get Financial Improvement Tips At Greenwich United Way Program

    GREENWICH, CONN. -- Greenwich United Way officials say nearly 20 percent of the town's population is at or below poverty level or employed with limited assets, so they are inviting people to take part in a presentation Monday at the Greenwich Library about making tough choices to improve financial health.David Rabin, CEO of the Greenwich United Way, will walk people through the new ...

  5. Gala Benefits Cardiac Services At Greenwich Hospital

    Gala Benefits Cardiac Services At Greenwich Hospital

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- The 2016 Gala for Greenwich Hospital will be held Saturday at Greenwich Country Club to support a comprehensive range of diagnostic and interventional cardiac services offered at the hospital.Community leaders, celebrity guests and longtime hospital supporters will be among the 350 event attendees.At the gala, Dr. James R. Sabetta, director of infectious diseases, ...

  6. Greenwich Event Honors 2 Make-A-Wish Foundation Kids

    Greenwich Event Honors 2 Make-A-Wish Foundation Kids

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- Two children who made wishes through Make-A-Wish Connecticut are being honored at Saturday's Celebration Wishes Ball in Greenwich to celebrate 30 years of the organization.Six-year-old Quinn, who wished to go to the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio, and Connor, 10, who wished to go on a Mediterranean cruise, will be joined by more than a dozen other Wish Kids from the ...

  7. Greenwich Youth Football Competes Off The Field In Virtual Food Drive

    Greenwich Youth Football Competes Off The Field In Virtual Food Drive

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- A virtual food drive to help out a local social service organization is relying on the generosity of Greenwich citizens.Greenwich Youth Football League and Greenwich Jr United Way have partnered to support Neighbor to Neighbor.The public can help by making donations on the GJrUW page on the "Amp Your Good" website through Nov. 23.An end-of-the-season award ...

  8. Greenwich's Meli-Melo Serves Up Donation For Breast Cancer Awareness

    Greenwich's Meli-Melo Serves Up Donation For Breast Cancer Awareness

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- Greenwich's Meli-Melo Creperie & Juice Bar is supporting Breast Cancer Alliance in Greenwich throughout October in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. A flat donation will be made to the organization from Meli-Melo, and 50 percent from art sales by New York-based mixed media artist Haile Binns. Customers can share photos of pink wheat crepes, all natural ...

  9. Saks Steps Out In Style With New Greenwich Shop Devoted Just To Shoes

    Saks Steps Out In Style With New Greenwich Shop Devoted Just To Shoes

    GREENWICH, Conn. — Crowds of shoe lovers are expected to descend on the very first Saks Fifth Avenue store devoted exclusively to footwear, which opens this week in Greenwich. The store will be unveiled to happy shoppers in Greenwich with a special event on Wednesday evening and with regular hours on Thursday. The new shop — 10022-SHOE at The Saks Shops At Greenwich — will open in the ...

  10. Greenwich United Way Kicks Off Annual Campaign In Style

    Greenwich United Way Kicks Off Annual Campaign In Style

    GREENWICH, Conn. --  Greenwich United Way launched its Annual Campaign recently with a ceremony at Greenwich Hospital.More than 50 supporters and agency partners gathered as First Selectman Peter Tesei, Greenwich Hospital Chief Executive Office Norman Roth, and Greenwich United Way Chief Executive Officer David Rabin talked about the importance of the campaign and presented facts from ...

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