Stamford, CT – Catholic Charities of Fairfield County expresses profound gratitude to First County Bank for their invaluable support of two crucial initiatives: Senior Nutrition and Family Loan (Loan and Financial Education Program) – Stamford/Norwalk. The recent grant provided by First County Bank will significantly contribute to the continuous provision of essential services to our community members in need.
The Senior Nutrition program, one of Catholic Charities’ flagship initiatives, addresses the nutritional requirements of our elderly neighbors. With the support from First County Bank, we can ensure that nutritious meals reach those who are most vulnerable, helping them maintain their health and well-being. The grant received will enable us to expand our reach and provide sustenance to a larger number of seniors within the Stamford/Norwalk area.
Similarly, the Loan and Financial Education program plays a pivotal role in assisting families in times of financial distress. First County Bank’s generous contribution will empower Catholic Charities to provide low-interest loans to families facing economic hardships, thereby promoting stability and alleviating the burden of financial constraints. This grant will enhance our ability to extend a helping hand to more families, ensuring that they can weather difficult times and work towards a brighter future.
In recognition of their extraordinary support, Catholic Charities of Fairfield County’s Executive Director, Mike Donoghue, recently met with Tom Berta from First County Bank to express gratitude and appreciation. This partnership exemplifies the collective efforts of organizations working together to uplift the community and create lasting impact.
To learn more about the Senior Nutrition and Loan and Financial Education programs, as well as explore the wide range of services offered by Catholic Charities of Fairfield County, please visit our website at ccfairfield.org. Together, let us continue to make a positive difference in the lives of our neighbors, ensuring a more resilient and compassionate community.