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Support the Operation Hope team and walk to end hunger on May 5 at Seaside Park in Bridgeport! CROP Hunger Walks are nationwide and have been held since 1969 to meet the needs of those who are hungry in our communities and across the globe.

Thanks to the Junior League of Eastern Fairfield County, we receive 40-50 heat & eat meals to stock our Food Pantry freezer almost every month. Our clients are welcome to grab these from the freezer, and at the end of a long day, it's easy to pop one of these prepared meals in the oven and enjoy a warm, hearty meal.

It's National Volunteer Week! Operation Hope relies tremendously on our volunteers; they form the backbone of our ability to provide affordable housing, run our food pantry and offer services for our neighbors in need. Not just this week, but every day, we thank the countless people who lend their time, talent, voice and support to advance our mission to end hunger and homelessness, helping people solve their crises and build stability in an environment in which compassion inspires dignity and hope.

We treasure our littlest volunteers! The Horne family of Fairfield recently made bagged lunches for our clients to grab on the way to work. Thank you for ensuring our neighbors in need have something healthy and filling to eat for lunch, Horne family!

We're seeking volunteers for the 3rd annual Feeding Our Families food drive, in partnership with NBC Connecticut, Telemundo 47 and Stop & Shop!

Our volunteer-run Food Pantry is in need of some items to help feed and care for our neighbors in need, please see below. Keep this list handy as we have a few food drives coming up in the next few weeks! Standard-sized items appreciated (for families of 4). Drop off Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm, 636 Old Post Road. Thank you!

Our volunteer-run Food Pantry is in need of some items to help feed and care for our neighbors in need. Standard-sized items appreciated (to feed/care for families of 4). Drop off Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm, 636 Old Post Road. Thank you!

Recently, Fairfield mom Laura Horne read "The Littlest Volunteers" to her daughter's first grade class at Burr Elementary School. After teacher Ms. Gorzkowski and Laura talked about service with the class, the children decorated brown paper bags with uplifting messages. A few weeks later, Laura's daughters packed the bags, filling each one with a seltzer, an orange, cookies and a turkey and cheese sandwich.

Our volunteer-run Food Pantry is in need of some items to help feed and care for our neighbors in need. Standard-sized items appreciated (to feed/care for families of 4). Drop off Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm, 636 Old Post Road. Thank you!

Sunday's Taste of Fairfield WinterFest was a smashing success! Thanks so much to Fairfield Magazine and all "Chances to Win" donors and ticket buyers!