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Yesterday, a double dose of bright pink brought double chunk chocolate cookies to the Shelter at 50 Nichols Street to thank our wonderful staff who does so much.

A few Sundays ago, on March 5, First Church Congregational hosted its second annual Hope Springs Eternal dinner for clients of Operation Hope.

Grab a few extra groceries or personal care items this weekend while out shopping! The Town of Fairfield, in partnership with United Way of Coastal Fairfield County (UWCFC), is holding a 3-week long food drive to benefit Operation Hope. The drive ends March 31! Convenient drop off locations include the Fairfield Public Library, the Woods Branch Library, the Fairfield Police Department, the Fairfield Fire Department and more.

The Town of Fairfield, in partnership with United Way of Coastal Fairfield County (UWCFC), is launching a 3-week long food drive to benefit Operation Hope. Food collections sites will be located at Old Town Hall, as well as several other Town Department sites, such as the Fairfield Public Library and the Fairfield Fire Department. A complete list of drop off sites can be found here.

Due to the icy conditions, our business office at 636 Old Post Road will open at noon today. The Food Pantry is closed. The Community Kitchen and Shelter are open and serving those in need. If you see someone out who looks like they need help, please call 2-1-1 or help them get to our Shelter. You can contact the Shelter at (203) 254-2935, 50 Nichols Street, Fairfield. The Community Kitchen serves lunch 11:30am-1:00pm and dinner 5:30pm-6:30pm. Please stay safe and warm out there!

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Blizzard warning! Although our business office and Food Pantry are closed today, the Community Kitchen and Shelter are open and serving those in need. If you see someone out who looks like they need help, please call 2-1-1 or help them get to our Shelter. You can contact the Shelter at (203) 254-2935, 50 Nichols Street, Fairfield. The Community Kitchen serves lunch 11:30am-1:00pm and dinner 5:30pm-6:30pm. Any donations can be brought to the Shelter. Stay safe and warm out there!

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Thank you for being part of Giving Day and supporting Operation Hope! We raised close to double our goal and you helped us match the $3,500 raised by our staff and Board. We are grateful for your big heart and our shared commitment to make the community a better place for all.

Snow day! Although our business office and Food Pantry are closed today, the Community Kitchen and Shelter are open and serving those in need. If you see someone out who looks like they need help, please call 2-1-1 or help them get to our Shelter. You can contact the Shelter at (203) 254-2935, 50 Nichols Street, Fairfield. The Community Kitchen serves lunch 11:30am-1:00pm and dinner 5:30pm-6:30pm. Any donations can be brought to the Shelter. Stay safe out there!

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Give! Share in the excitement and be a part of Fairfield County’s Giving Day. Help us reach our goal of raising $3,500 to match the $3,500 donated by our staff and Board. Any amount helps impact our clients in BIG ways, giving them the food, shelter and care they need to get back on their feet and lead productive lives. Please consider donating HERE.

Our littlest volunteers can make the biggest impact! This is Girl Scout Troop 33102 from Fairfield running a food drive for our Food Pantry. Fairfield County's Community Foundation's Giving Day is just 2 days away! But you can help us get started TODAY! LIKE the photo below on our Facebook page HERE and TAG your friends in COMMENTS to ask them to LIKE the photo by 4pm today (no SHARES). We need the most likes to win cash prizes that will DIRECTLY FEED and SHELTER neighbors in need. Thank you!