Norwalk has an opportunity to make a difference. Our newly elected Government officials have announced the Connecticut Day of Service taking place on Sunday, January 6, 2019, just three days before Governor-elect Ned Lamont is sworn in as Governor of Connecticut.
Lamont and Lt. Governor-elect Susan Bysiewicz, will spend the day volunteering at and learning more about non-profit organizations in cities and towns across Connecticut. They invite Connecticut residents to join them on January 6 as they roll up their sleeves and support a host of nonprofits across the state including.
Opportunities within 15 miles of Norwalk are:
Homes for the Brave
Male & Female Veterans' shelter that has helped over 1,100 veterans by providing shelter, food & support to military veterans. Join us as we prepare a lunch and talk with our brave vets.
11:00am - 1:00pm
655 Park Avenue, Bridgeport 06605
CT Humane Society - Pet Food Pantry
Accepting pet food donations & facilitate 1-day pet adoption: Dogs, Cats, Birds, Bunnies & Guinea Pigs
9:30am - 5:30pm
455 Post Roard E, Westport, 06880
New Covenant Center
Soup Kitchen & Food Pantry
10:00am - 2:00pm
174 Richmond Hill Avenue, Stamford 06902
For a complete list of the venues and to register to participate in Connecticut’s Day of Service, https://www.lamonttransition.org/day-of-service" target="_blank">click here.