Christine E. Moser – A Life in Service to Her Community

In October of 1992 Christine established the Christine E. Moser Foundation so that after her death (December 18, 1992) she could still enrich her beloved community and the organizations that she felt so passionately about. Among these were the Friends of the Cora J. Belden Library, the Rocky Hill Historical Society, Friends of Dinosaur State Park, Goodspeed Opera House, New Britain Museum of American Art, the Center Stage Players and the Rocky Hill Garden Club. She was also an employee and volunteer at the Connecticut Public Radio and Connecticut Public Television. The Foundation’s trustees continue to carry out Christine’s wishes to fund arts, theater and literacy organizations as well as the organizations she supported during her life.

“There’s something out there for everyone. You don’t have to be a part of organized volunteerism. You can help someone that needs help. The seed of volunteerism can be taking out an elderly lady’s trash can. It can start on a very individual basis — doing whatever you can do.”

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