Our deepest gratitude to Splash Car Wash! During the holidays, each Splash location partnered with a local non-profit and donated 10% of all gift card purchases to that non-profit. Operation Hope of Fairfield was the fortunate beneficiary of the donation from Splash Car Wash Fairfield, receiving a check for $1,400.
A holiday surprise! Mary Beth Grasso of Grasso Real Estate Group recently dropped off Paddington plush bears, books and blankies as part of the be homeful project. She joins Shelter Manager Rebecca Minnock for the drop off. be homeful focuses on ending family homelessness here in Connecticut and across the country. Mary Beth, thank you for sharing a little holiday cheer with our littlest clients!
Fairfield's First Selectman Michael Tetreau announced recently that Operation Hope of Fairfield is one of five local non-profits to have received funding commitments from businesses totaling more than $40,000 as a result of the Town’s (no cost) participation in the State’s Neighborhood Assistance Act program.
Harry's Wine and Liquor Market recently sponsored its annual “Rare Bottles” fundraiser for Operation Hope of Fairfield, supporting its efforts to end hunger and end homelessness in the local community.
Thanksgiving was made even more special for our Community Kitchen guests by the Mẹcha Noodle Bar team! The team kindly prepared and served holiday favorites to our guests, rounding out a wonderful holiday meal. Thanks so much for your time and talents, Mẹcha Noodle Bar!
Thank you so much to Dr. Michael Tobet of Comprehensive Chiropractic Care for running the practice's 4th annual food drive November! We are grateful to Dr. Tobet, his staff and his patients for ensuring that our neighbors in need have food to eat so they can work, live and play with full bellies.
Today is #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving. We are grateful for all those who give globally, and even more so locally, so we can focus on helping our neighbors in need. We get that you just celebrated Thanksgiving and shopped to your heart’s content on #BlackFriday and #CyberMonday, so we’re giving you a break today, on this #GivingTuesday. But we do hope that you will consider supporting Operation Hope’s efforts to end hunger and end homelessness right here at home during our winter appeal (give online here) and Fairfield County’s Giving Day on February 28, 2019. Stay tuned for details, and as always, a very heartfelt thank you for your love and support of those in our community who need it most.
Happy Thanksgiving! Join us for breakfast TODAY at Chip's Family Restaurant Fairfield, 6am-11am, to support Operation Hope's efforts to end hunger and end homelessness here in Fairfield and the surrounding community. For $12/person, enjoy 2 pancakes, 2 eggs, sausage/bacon and coffee/tea. No reservations required! Thank you to owner George Chatzopoulos, manager Adam Bajko and the staff; they are generously donating their time and energy to support this event.