HUNGER PREVENTION AND SOCIAL SERVICES
NEW COVENANT CENTER
Stamford (Greater Stamford area)
New Covenant Center is focused on hunger prevention and social services for a better life. Our facility in Stamford provides expanded basic need services to our guests. By creating a safe, warm and compassionate environment, we are taking the first steps toward empowering men, women and children to reach their full potential and regain their dignity and self-respect.
- Our soup kitchen serves 300 healthy, hot and nutritious meals daily.
- Over 1,200 individuals receive 10 days / 3 meals a day worth of groceries each month from our food pantry.
- New job skills programs focused on the food/hospitality industry are offered for clients.
- Staff provides assistance to address basic individual and family issues, to identify and overcome barriers/obstacles and to provide links to supportive services such as medical and mental health referrals.
- We offer over 100 showers per month and provide laundry services, barber services and hygiene items to clients.
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NEW COVENANT CENTER NEWS
Last year, members of Temple Sinai synagogue in Stamford held a Christmas Day lunch at the New Covenant Center on the city’s West Side on a rainy day amid a global pandemic.
STAMFORD — The city’s New Covenant Center is getting free lunches — and other food items — courtesy of a Greenwich private school and a national effort to reduce food insecurity.
Catholic Charities of Fairfield County is Awarded $30,000 Grant from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation
Catholic Charities of Fairfield County, one of the largest private social service providers in the state of Connecticut, was awarded a $30,000 grant from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation, Inc.