- July 16, 2013
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DONATIONS – VOLUNTEER YOUR TIME
The following organizations have donation and volunteer wishes over the holidays and beyond. After the Holiday Season, contact them directly to confirm their current needs.
Contact: Jennifer Flatow, 203-869-4848, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Goods – donations of art supplies (crayons, construction paper, markers, chalk, glue sticks-basically all things to do fun art projects) for preschool classrooms located at the Arch Street Preschool, Gateway Preschool, and also Head Start/School Readiness classes at Armstrong Court here in Greenwich.
- Adopt-a-Family Program - Donors are matched with Clients. Contact Jennifer Flatow to be matched with a need.
- Volunteers – Click here for a complete list of volunteer opportunities
- Click here for Information on Family Centers
GREENWICH DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
Contact: Alison Brush, 203-622-3715, email@example.com
- Monetary Donations – to provide food vouchers to eligible residents
- Goods – E-mail Alison for current needs
- Volunteers – E-mail Alison
Contact: Emily A. J. Hammond, (203) 388-0190, EHammond@InspiricaCT.org
- Volunteer – E-mail Emily
- Click here for Information on Inspirica
KIDS IN CRISIS
Contact: Kristen Tomasiewicz, 203-622-6556, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Organize a corporate or community gift drive
- Click here for Information on Kids in Crisis
Contact: Sally Van Leeuwen, 203-618-4228, email@example.com
- Goods – Gift certificates to their beauty parlor
- Volunteer – Gift Shop
- Click here for Information on Nathaniel Witherell
NEIGHBOR TO NEIGHBOR
Contact: Nancy Coughlin, (203) 622-9208 ext. 11, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Volunteer - 2 or 4 hour shift, Monday through Saturday, 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., or Thursdays from 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. Volunteers sort and fold clothing, stock pantry shelves, and assist clients in the clothing room and food pantry. Also looking for volunteers interested in working on their next special event, Canstruction, which will take place in the early spring of 2014, or volunteers with special talents to offer, such as marketing or website design.
- Donations – canned and dry goods and gently used in-season clothing and linens. Always in need of canned fruit, juice, cereal, peanut butter, jelly, canned tuna and dried or canned beans. Children’s clothing and diapers are always in demand.
- Click here for more information on Neighbor to Neighbor
SHELTER FOR THE HOMELESS
Contact: Peggy Lutz, Pacific House, 203-406-0017. #301, email@example.com