"A project of miracles." Our 30th annual REALLY BIG Tag Sale was a labor of love, with help of over 200 volunteers, including church members, Scouts and community members from various groups. Things these days tend not to have much longevity, but the Tag Sale, in its 30th year, and offering the opportunity to give new life to much-beloved items, prove that some things last. Thank you to all who made our 30th Tag Sale a huge success, ensuring we can continue to house, feed and care for our neighbors in need. Thanks to the Fairfield Citizen for the coverage!
As we come up for air from the weekend’s 30th annual “REALLY BIG” Tag Sale, we wanted to give a “HUGE” shoutout to our many volunteers, staff, donors, vendors and shoppers! Undertaking and supporting the Tag Sale is a massive community-wide endeavor, and our most heartfelt thanks goes to ALL of YOU! Because of YOU, we can continue housing, feeding and caring for our neighbors in need!
Meet News 12 Connecticut's Hometown Hero Dawn Papp Hiltz! Co-chair of our REALLY BIG Tag Sale for the 5th year, Dawn is key in ensuring the success of our largest annual community-wide event! Dawn, thank you for your cheerful, dedicated and tireless efforts! We are lucky to have you by our side, helping us advance our efforts to end hunger and homelessness here in our community. It takes a village! We are deeply grateful for the hundreds of volunteers who make the Tag Sale happen! Watch the video HERE!
Get ready to hunt for some treasures and bargains! Our 30th annual REALLY BIG Tag Sale is this Saturday (9-4) & Sunday (12-4) at First Church Congregational, 148 Beach Road. Furniture (stock those dorm rooms and apartments!), sports gear, toys, games, household items, jewelry, table linens, holiday decor, art and more! $1 entry fee. Early bird special Saturday! For just $10 from 8-9am, shop before the sale opens to the public! Shop to your heart’s content and help us house, feed and care for our neighbors in need.
Swing by our 30th annual REALLY BIG Tag Sale this Saturday (9-4) & Sunday (12-4) at First Church Congregational Fairfield, CT (148 Beach Rd)! Once you've snagged some fantastic treasures and bargains, stop by the Trinity Solar tent to learn more about solar and reducing your energy costs! See if you qualify for the No Cost Solar program, Operation Hope receives a $100 donation when you meet with a Trinity consultant, no obligation. And if you decide to go with Trinity, Operation Hope receives a $1,000 donation. Can't attend the sale? Simply click here to set up a consultation. Improve your home and help us provide a neighbor in need with a home!
We have two ways in which you can help stock our Food Pantry and feed over 800 local families and individuals! Simply visit our Food Pantry wish list on Amazon at bit.ly/oh-amazon-pantry-wish-list and ship directly to us or shop in store using the list here. Thank you!
The State of CT's new ban on single-use plastic bags goes into effect TOMORROW, August 1. It will place a tax of 10 cents on each single-use plastic bag. TODAY is the LAST DAY to grab your reusable Stop & Shop bags to support Operation Hope AND help feed your neighbors in need. For every $2.50 bag sold through July 31 at the Villa Ave Stop & Shop (760 Villa Avenue, Fairfield, CT), $1 will be donated to Operation Hope's Food Pantry. Go green and do good!
Fairfield teens Grace Kenney and Vicky Sgaglione created "Birdhouses for the Homeless" to spread awareness and help solve one of the problems Fairfield County faces, homelessness. They sell decorated birdhouses, with the proceeds donated to Operation Hope. We are deeply grateful for the time, talent and treasure Grace and Vicky share to help our neighbors in need.
Whoop whoop! We received a few more Amazon food pantry wish list orders! Many thanks to the Flejter and Kalish families for these much needed staples: deodorant, pancake mix, peanut butter and toilet paper. With just a few clicks, help feed and care for our neighbors in need: bit.ly/oh-amazon-pantry-wish-list. Thank you!