George Knapp is the owner of PBandJ Babyproofing. A carpenter by trade, George started a building and remodeling company in 1993 and was often asked to install baby gates and other safety features. Find out how George creates a safe environment for babies and toddlers, while maintaining a design aesthetic that complements his clients’ homes.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This month, several businesses in Stamford are supporting Paint The Town Pink. Learn more, here!
An exciting expansion project is underway at Mill River Park! It will create a larger space for families to enjoy both outdoors and indoors all year long. We had the chance to speak to Nia Rhodes Jackson, Director of Visitor Experience with Mill River Park about what this means for local families.
Rebecca Allen Shoes is a chic and curated collection of a two-strap sandal heel, classic pump and versatile flat, launched by mom of one Rebecca Allen. With a background in finance, she started her business to provide sophisticated styles that flatter every complexion. Find out more, here!
Arthur Lih, III is a dad and the Inventor and CEO of LifeVac. He’s explaining what spurred him to launch this life-saving product, how it works, and why he wants every family to have access to one. Find out more, here.
Emily Rudman is a new mom based in Connecticut and founder of lifestyle brand Emilie Heathe, which has been featured in publications like Vogue and Allure. Her curated product lineup currently includes nontoxic nail polish, an exfoliating lip treatment, fine jewelry, makeup sets and vanity boxes. Learn more about her and her brand, here!
Two local moms are helping women come together to make a meaningful impact throughs Impact Fairfield County. Find out more here!
Learn more about the apparel company co-founded by a Stamford mom that is on a mission to help the environment and find out how you can get involved!
Living In Victory Everyday is a Stamford-based company that creates brightly beaded and personalized bracelets that are not only trendy and cheerful, but also help those fighting cancer. Find out more, here!
Stamford’s Everyday Democracy is hosting two group discussion on personal thoughts and experiences, information sharing, and action planning surrounding racism in our community.