About Us/What We Have Been Up To

Jill Caron and Susan Davis are Co-Chairs for the Foundation for Exceptional Children of Suffield (FESC).  This foundation directly affects and benefits the special needs children and the community of Suffield, CT. The Foundation for Exceptional Children of Suffield (FECS) was founded in 2017 as a non-profit 501(c)(3). The mission of FECS is to create awareness, provide information and support to Suffield residents with special needs. It is the purpose of the foundation to create a more inclusive, educated community in order to better serve ALL members of Suffield, CT.    

Project Keep Me Safe

  

Project Keep Me Safe will be brought to Suffield by the newly created Foundation for Exceptional Children of Suffield (FECS) whose mission is to create awareness, provide information and support to Suffield residents with special needs. It is the purpose of the foundation to create a more inclusive, educated community in order to better serve all members of Suffield, CT. 

Project Keep Me Safe; Continues...

Coming soon- FECS will launch the 2018 Project Keep Me Safe; Continues... 

What We Have Been Up To

FECS BOWLING

 FREE-A maximum of 16 special needs children will be sponsored fully by the Foundation for Exceptional Children of Suffield. Children will also receive a free t-shirt! Enrollment is on a first come first registered basis. 

Project Keep Me Safe; Continues....

Details Coming soon

Training

Email us at FECS06078@gmail.com or check our calendar for a training near you.

Lights Suffield Up Blue

Mark you Calendar: 

Light Suffield Up Blue April 27, 2018

More details to follow

Purses and Power Tools Bingo 2017

  

FECS and Suffield By The River partnered together to organize a fundraiser, Purses and Power Tools Bingo, in order to raise monies to initiate a voluntary identification card system for the special needs and Alzheimer’s/Dementia populations of Suffield, CT. Community members enjoyed an amazing gourmet dinner, prizes and a live auction. Participants also played 10 games of Bingo (with Suffield Police Chief Chris Brown calling Bingo) for the chance of winning designer purses and power tools. The grand prizes were a Torey Birch purse and a snow blower.