The Beth-El Center homeless shelter and soup kitchen in Milford is postponing their Annual Gala event to the spring of 2022. This fundraising event, to support housing and food programs to end homelessness and hunger, was slated for Saturday, September 25, 2021 at Grassy Hill Country Club in Orange.
“Due to growing concerns for our community, regretfully we’ve decided to postpone the Center’s Annual Gala event until the spring,” says Jennifer Paradis, Beth-El Center’s Executive Director. “As an organization that has been committed to providing safe, effective shelter and food programs throughout the pandemic, we’ve decided to pause this in-person donor gathering and wait until we can all be together safely.”
In addition to the spring 2022 event, a virtual gathering will be planned for its supporters this fall comprised of entertainment, the presentation of its Community Star Awards, a testimonial from a former shelter client as well as words from the CT Department of Housing Commissioner Seila Mosquera-Bruno.
Visit Beth-El Center’s website at http://www.bethelmilford.org for more information and a list of our event sponsors.
About Beth-El Center
The Beth-El Center is a recognized leader in caring for and meeting the needs of those experiencing hunger and homeless in the greater Milford area. The Center serves individuals and families by providing shelter and case management services which provide support and assistance for achieving self-sufficiency. The Center’s soup kitchen offer hot meals to community members in need and feeds up to eighty persons daily. The Beth-El Center is located at 90 New Haven Avenue in Milford. Visit www.bethelmilford.org for more information.