“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”

–Winston Churchill

Statement’s Founder and Creative Director, Brooke Bohnsack, has been passionately involved in philanthropy, having served on the boards of numerous charitable organizations.  She has been active in coordinating and co-chairing the event committees for Make-A-Wish Connecticut, Mothers for Others, the Greenwich Point Conservancy, the YWCA Greenwich, Pitch Your Peers, Greenwich Town Party, the Junior League of Greenwich, and, Greenwich Community Gardens.


Nearly 1 in 3 American families struggle to afford enough diapers.

Join us on September 28th at Grayson De Vere and help Mothers for Others continue to support the well-being of underserved families in the Greenwich, Connecticut area by providing funding for diapers and baby equipment for children from birth to 3 years old.

Learn more about the need for diapers here.

Tickets are now available.

Help us make healthy food accessible to ALL.

Join us for Greenwich Community Gardens’ 3rd Annual BIG TOMATO event on Tuesday, October 3rd at Mill Street Bar & Table in Greenwich!

Your support will make a tremendous difference in enabling us to promote healthy living through gardening and  garden education, and by producing hundreds of pounds of fresh produce each year for our local food pantry.

Tickets are now available.

Share in the power of wish.

Make-A-Wish Connecticut’s Annual Celebrating Wishes Ball has returning to Greenwich with a new look!

Don’t wait to grab your tickets for the adventure of a lifetime at Wish Night, a first class evening with dinner, dancing, and auction excitement, on Saturday, November 4, 2017 at Greenwich Country Club.

Patron-level tickets are now available.


Learn more about Make-A-Wish Connecticut here.

Be a Part of Greenwich History:

Help Restore and Preserve The Oldest House in Greenwich—The Jeffrey Ferris House

Visit www.greenwichpoint.org to learn how you can help.