Community Support Shines at Neighbor to Neighbor Luncheon

Neighbor to Neighbor’s recent Spring Luncheon allowed attendees to stand together and fight hunger in the area. The Greenwich nonprofit currently serves over 575 households weekly with food and household essentials.

John A. Shulman (Co-President), Angelique Dawson (Chair), Kristen Messelian Shapiro (Co-President). Photo Marilyn Roos

The April 3 luncheon served as a call to action for like minded individuals to advocate for their neighbors in need.

The event featured inspiring speeches by Lydia Fenet (Auctioneer, Author, Podcast Host), K. Brent Hill (NTN Executive Director), Angelique Dawson (Chair), and Kristen Shapiro and John Schulman (Co-Presidents).

Additionally, a profound testimony of gratitude was given by Neighbor to Neighbor client “Kayte L.”

To conclude the fundraiser, attendees were able to watch Ms Fenet in action with an exciting auction, bringing together friends, families, and supporters for the close to home cause.

Neighbor to Neighbor recognizes their generous sponsors and volunteers for their
commitment and effort for the luncheon.

Neighbor to Neighbor Spring Luncheon. Lydia Fenet at the podium. Photo Marilyn Roos

“None of this would have been possible without dedication and support from our sponsors,volunteers, and attendees,” said K. Brent Hill, Neighbor to Neighbor Executive Director. “Their contributions embody the spirit of compassion and community that defines Neighbor to Neighbor. With the ongoing encouragement from our neighbors, we remain steadfast in our mission to improve the lives of residents in need.”

As Neighbor to Neighbor’s client base continues to grow, they rely on the kindness and
generosity of the community to sustain their vital initiatives.

Neighbor to Neighbor is a nonprofit organization that aims to improve the lives of Greenwich residents by increasing access to food and basic living necessities. 

Neighbor to Neighbor board of directors, Kip Burgweger, Elizabeth Mills, Connie Figgie, Kristen Messelian Shapiro, Karen Royce, Angelique Dawson, K. Brent Hill, Cindy Lyall, Lori Jackson, Kim Gesell. Photo: Marilyn Roos