Today’s food drive for 10am-12pm at Berkshire Hathaway has been RESCHEDULED for next week. In the meantime, we’d love any help you can offer through cash donations here or our Amazon Wish List here. Our pantry shelves are emptying faster than we can keep them filled for our food pantry clients. Thank you!
FULL SIZE BROWN PAPER GROCERY BAGS NEEDED! Trader Joe’s bags are preferred but grocery paper bags without handles are also welcome (such as those from Stop & Shop). Our staff and volunteers are prepackaging paper bags of groceries for our Food Pantry clients to pick up curbside. Please drop off at 636 Old Post Rd, M-F, 9am-5pm (note: Office closes at 1pm Fridays through September 11) or, drop off at the food drive this Saturday, July 11, at Berkshire Hathaway (1583 Post Rd, Fairfield), 10am-12pm. Thank you!
On Saturday, June 20, Giuliana and Kaiden held a bottle and can drive at Luigi’s Restaurant to help raise money for Operation Hope. The girls raised $50! Every little bit helps. Thanks to Luigi's for allowing the girls to set up base camp in front of the restaurant, thanks to all donors and thanks to the Cavalli family! We are so grateful for the girls’ big hearts and desire to help our neighbors in need when they need it most.
Despite opening right before the COVID 19 pandemic, Luna Azzurra has quickly become a local favorite. Delicious food, generous portions and family meals make this newcomer welcome to Fairfield's restaurant scene. Thanks so much to Sherman School Elementary School’s PTA for organizing a meal this week for our Community Kitchen guests and to Luna Azzurra for generously donating the entire meal to feed 50. Thank you to the Sherman PTA for your continued support and to Luna Azzurra for feeding our neighbors in need.
Milk is a hot commodity! We are grateful to be able to offer fresh milk in our Food Pantry. This week’s milk was generously donated by Guida's Dairy and delivery was organized by Fairfield County, CT 4-H UConn. Thanks to both and especially to Nikki Kenney, First Church Congregational member and UConn 4-H volunteer, for helping feed our neighbors in need.
Thanks to Rachel from Securing Safe Food for donating dairy-free, egg-free, gluten-free and nut-free cookies and dairy and egg free pretzels to our Food Pantry! People’s dietary needs are vast so we appreciate being able to offer allergy-friendly and gluten-free options to our clients when possible. Thank you for helping feed our neighbors in need!
How fitting to share this wonderful story of a group of very giving 5th graders on the last day of instructional learning for Fairfield Public Schools elementary school students. Thanks to the Osborn Hill School 5th grade class for holding a social distancing food drive as its community class project. The class collected a ton of much-needed items for our Food Pantry. Thank you for helping care for our neighbors in need. We wish you and all students a happy end to the school year!
Thanks to Greens Farms Academy students and staff for holding a food drive to help feed our neighbors in need! We are especially grateful to our young friends who lend their helping hands and big hearts!
If you’re stocking up on your pantry basics, please take a moment to help our neighbors in need. Our most pressing needs are cash, checks and grocery store gifts cards, which allow us to purchase fresh produce, dairy and meat for our clients. Regular sized items (not bulk) appreciated as we are putting together bags for clients to pick up curbside. Drop off at our pantry M-F, 9am-5pm at 636 Old Post Road. Or simply shop our Amazon Wish List and send the donation directly to us at bit.ly/oh-amazon-pantry-wish-list. And, monetary donations are always welcome so we can purchase exactly what we need for our clients, click here to donate. Thank you!