Morning Glory Breakfast Program serves a hot and healthy meal to the hungry and homeless of the Danbury area. Operating out of 15 Spring Street in Danbury, the program in conveniently located to the homeless shelters. Morning Glory serves a hot breakfast and provides a safe and warm environment to the neediest in the area.
Morning Glory works in collaboration with other agencies to provide education and referrals to assist with ending homelessness. Currently a multitude of agencies and programs use Morning Glory as a location to outreach to the hardest to reach populations and provide services and an end to their homelessness. Morning Glory has served over 100,000 meals since opening in October of 2007. There is no cost associated with meals or engagement with agencies; guests are only asked to sign in when they arrive. All participation in services with visiting agencies and programs is voluntary.
Donations can be coordinated with above listed staff and can be dropped off at this location between the hours of 8:30am and 4:00pm, Monday through Friday. For those who come to Morning Glory as a guest or volunteer it should be noted that parking is on the street on Spring Street.
The Morning Glory Marketplace is a mobile non-food pantry that provides items such as cleaning products, paper goods, and hygiene products. The service is provided to participants of Catholic Charities other programs in Danbury. Catholic Charities serves over 700 residents of the greater Danbury area each month through our behavioral health clinic, Morning Glory Breakfast Program, Homeless Outreach Team, New Heights, Community Support Program, and Family Loan Program. The Morning Glory Marketplace, operates the 3rd Friday of every month from 10:30am to 12:30pm and will provide items to those in need out of a van donated to the program in 2007. For further information regarding access to the program, volunteering, or to make a donation, contact Sierra Pepi at SPepi@ccfc-ct.org or 203.349.2428.
15 Spring Street
Danbury, CT 06810
Fax: (203) 738-1199
David is a 62 year old chronically homeless veteran who had historically rejected assistance from services in the past. When Morning Glory opened David began coming and over the first two years engaged with the staff and developed a trusting relationship.
David began volunteering every day and became an integral part of the program. Staff suggested that David begin working with Morning Glory’s sister program, the Homeless Outreach Team. David agreed and was able to obtain an apartment with assistance from the VA.
Currently David has lived in his apartment for two years. He still comes and helps out every morning and encourages other clients of the program to accept assistance from the staff of Morning Glory.