Firm Bolsters Commitment to Culture and Learning in Southport Community
(SOUTHPORT, August 4, 2021) — As part of its ongoing dedication to supporting culture and learning, Butler Tibbetts, a leading law firm known for guiding clients through their most vulnerable moments in business and in life, has announced an annual sponsorship of $5,000 to the iconic Pequot Library. The contribution is part of the firm’s long-standing commitment to the arts, access to education, and youth development. The gift helps provide the necessary funds to support diverse programming to the local and regional community, including field trips for local students, school outreach programs, art and history exhibitions, meet the authors presentations, and storytimes for little readers.
“Butler Tibbetts has been building meaningful relationships in Connecticut and beyond for more than 30 years,” said Butler Tibbetts Managing Partner, Tim Butler. “We are very excited to join the dynamic community of Southport and delighted to support the historic Pequot Library in its efforts to provide cultural enrichment and critical programming for all ages.”
The donation to the Pequot Library follows a string of strategic initiatives, including the opening of a new headquarters location in Southport, relocation of the firm’s Darien office, and recent partnership elevations.
About Pequot Library
Nestled in idyllic Southport Village, Pequot Library is a public library, cultural beacon, and community resource. The Library was founded in 1889 by Virginia Marquand Monroe, who wanted to create a place of culture and learning that was “free as air to all,” which is exemplified by its robust calendar of programs and educational services for school-aged children from Bridgeport, Westport, Norwalk, and beyond. pequotlibrary.org.