Educate, Engage, Activate


In collaboration with the Winchester Community Music School and Wright Locke Farm, the Network for Social Justice organized Winchester’s first ever convening of non-profit leaders on Monday, October 21.

Over a dozen nonprofit representatives gathered on a chilly evening for a potluck dinner in Wright Locke Farm’s historic 1827 Barn for an evening of facilitated conversation led by Network director Liora Norwich.

The evening revealed interested synergies between community organizations within our town, as organizations talked through shared challenges and uncovered new opportunities for collaboration.

Feedback for the evening was overwhelmingly positive and we expect this to become an ongoing nonprofit program. If you are a community leader in Winchester and interested in attending future gatherings, feel free to reach out to Liora at

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