where doing GOOD
is made EASY
 
Greater Fairfield's go-to site for
volunteering, donating goods, and getting involved

Norma Pfriem Urban Outreach Inititatives

in partnership with United Congregational Church of Bridgeport

877 Park Avenue (See Map)
Bridgeport, CT
Eleanor McCormick 203.335.3107 ext. 301
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NPUOI needs volunteers to help serve in their "Feel the Warmth" weekly suppers. Volunteer and community groups (even groups of friends and neighbors) are invited to make a meal for the weekly suppers in the UCC-Bridgeport's kitchen! Help is also needed sorting, shelving and distributing donated food items in the food pantry. 

The Thomas Merton Center

43 Madison Avenue, Bridgeport, CT
203.367.9036 x25
Kathy Barone, Volunteer Coordinator

The Thomas Merton Center serves breakfast and lunch weekdays from 8-10 and 11:30-1:00. Volunteers age 16 and older are needed to help serve and cook. Saturday bag lunches are provided by local congregations. Help sorting and shelving donated food items in the food pantry is also needed. 


Operation Hope's Community Kitchen

 

50 Nichols Street, Fairfield,
(203)292-5588
Donna Schmidt- Volunteer Coordinator
 
Operation Hope's needs help to sort, shelve and distribute food at their food pantry (children under 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian) and to serve lunches and/or dinners in their Community Kitchen. Meals for the Community Kitchen may also be made ahead of time and brought to Operation Hope. 

For more information on donating food to area food pantries (where, when and what) please click here.

For information on how to organize your own food drive - check out Organize a Drive under the Family Opportunities page or by please clicking here.

 

 

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