The Luminaria Project, is Woodbridge Together's next big project. We are asking for everyone in our community, everyone in woodbridge, to help us with this mission. On March 13 2020, the pandemic changed everything in our town. This is the day school's closed, businesses closed, the day woodbridge stopped. Now Iet's to commemorate the one-year anniversary of Saturday, March 13th when the pandemic began to affect life in our community and turn this date into something positive and hopeful in our community.

Woodbridge Together will sell luminarias and have all of the profits go to ta COVID relief fund. Residents could display their luminaria at their homes to show support. People could personalize the luminaria by writing the names of those who are sick or have been lost or people could write words like “Woodbridge Together” on the bags. The luminaria could be displayed as well as at people’s homes to create that sense of community and support for one another





Getting your Luminaria is quick and easy! You will have the option to purchase two different types of Luminaria Kits. The Woodbridge Together kit will consist of 18 paper bags, 18 battery-operated tea lights, and Instructions. The Together kit consists of 8 paper bags, 8 battery-operated tea lights and Instructions. It is very easy to get your luminaria kits, in fact we'll even drop it off for you if you'd like.


If your a business or organization in woodbridge, we would love to have your support! You can either help us by donating luminaria or buying luminaria for your grounds. In fact if you choose to buy luminaries for your grounds our team will help set up and clean up the luminaria. If you want to donate, we have various sponsorship levels!



Each kit comes with paper bags, battery-operated tea lights, and a QR code with instructions. This QR code will give you the opportunity to do several things, first it will show you videos (that will soon be posted on this website) that explains your kit and the event further, it will also allow you to donate more money to the Covid-19 Relief Fund, then it will show a list of businesses that have helped Woodbridge Together by donating Luminaria Kits, and lastly it will show you a link to our live event on March 13th.

The Woodbridge Together kit has 18 lights and 18 bags, but why 18? 18 is the same number of letters in the phrase : Woodbridge Together. This is important to our initiative because Together we are stronger, happier, and better. The Together kit has 8 lights and 8 bags, but again why 8? 8 is the same number of letters as there are in together. We are all going through different things, and Covid-19 has affected all of us differently, but together we can get through this. We are not alone, and the Luminaria Project is meant to show that!




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Resnik and Resnik is a local law firm serving all of Connecticut, principally New Haven County, since 1931. The firm concentrates its practice in the fields of real estate (including conveyancing and leasing), estate planning, and probate. It serves as a title insurance agent for CATIC and Fidelity National Title Insurance Company.
The firm began in New Haven when Nathan A. Resnik graduated from Yale Law School. He and Cornelius T. Driscoll subsequently formed the firm known as Resnik & Driscoll, with offices in New Haven and Branford. In 1971 the Branford Office was moved to Woodbridge. In 1972 Resnik & Driscoll merged with another New Haven law firm, creating the firm of Winnick, Resnik, Skolnick & Auerbach, PC. In 1987 the firm of Resnik and Resnik, PC was spun off and continued with offices in New Haven and Woodbridge. The firm is now known as Resnik and Resnik.