Attending the Connecting for Change Conference is a one of a kind experience. Everyone who attends takes something different from the experience, but something that everyone gains from the experience is the feeling that they are a part of a collective whole working to create positive change in the world.
Attracting over 5,000 people of all backgrounds, creed and class over a 2-day period, we strive to provide an eclectic mix of vendors – from solar panel providers to artists who use recycled materials – there is truly something for everyone at Connecting for Change. Our state-of-the-art exhibitor tents are not only open to conference attendees but to the general public as well, nestled strategically in the heart of New Bedford’s historic downtown district.
Here’s what a few of last year’s exhibitors shared about their experiences at CFC:
“We had a great time… and connected with a lot of interesting people and organizations doing great and inspirational things. We’ll definitely be back next year.”
“We thoroughly enjoyed Connecting for Change! What an amazing, world-class gathering. You all do revolutionary work.”
Early Bird pricing ends August 31st, 2014!
For more information on exhibiting at this year's Connecting for Change, please contact:
ADC Jewelry Designs
I design and handcraft exquisite semi-precious gemstone jewelry for a cause - 100% of the net proceeds are donated to 3 schools in India where we provide free food, clothing, education and healthcare to impoverished and desolate slum and village children. The jewelry designs are unique, styles vary from slender/elegant to chunky/statement pieces and reflect quality craftsmanship.Our motto : Adorn Yourself While Helping A Child In Need!!!
Beautycounter is a skin care line dedicated to providing women & their families with safe and effective products. Our ingredient selection process is the strictest in the industry resulting in a "never list" of over 1500 chemicals that are not allowed in our products. Beautiful products, made safe. Welcome to Beautycounter.
Boston University Superfund Research Program
The Boston University Superfund Research Program (BU SRP) is an NIEHS funded interdisciplinary program that conducts and communicates research on the impacts of improperly managed hazardous wastes. Specifically, we study the effects of exposures to substances commonly encountered in hazardous waste disposal on reproduction and development in humans and wildlife. BU SRP is partnering with Alternatives for Community and Environment (ACE) to bring an "Environmental Health Clinic" to Connecting for Change 2014. Based in Roxbury, MA, ACE builds the power of communities of color and low-income communities in Massachusetts to eradicate environmental racism and classism, create healthy, sustainable communities, and achieve environmental justice.
Bristol County Bee Club
Educating the public on pollinators and how we can help them survive in our present environment. We will also have native honey for sale and educational hand outs. We are a non profit organization.
"Secrets of a Metaphysical Flight Attendant" is a spiritual memoir. The soft cover book sells for $17.99.
At VisionWorks we are passionate about what we offer. As a values and vision-driven company, we work to make this world a more diverse and humorous place, to add to the meaning and richness of this life. The items we offer are carefully selected, and frequently changing. These are more than just more material products to us. We offer easy access to images of a changing world, and hope we can be your best source.