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Food drive for Neighbor-to-Neighbor collection expands to include personal care products, diapers, gloves, hats

he Social Justice Committee of the Parish of St. Catherine of Siena and St. Agnes continues to collect food items and other essentials for Neighbor to Neighbor each Tuesday from 9:00am to 11:00am in the parking lot across the street from St. Catherine’s Church entrance, 4 Riverside Ave. Continue Reading →

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Weekly Food & Essentials Drive for Neighbor to Neighbor Continues

Everyone’s generosity is appreciated in of the weekly Food and Essentials Drive for Neighbor-to-Neighbor on Tuesday mornings from 9:00am to 11:00am. There will be a car or SUV with an open trunk in the parking lot across from Riverside Ave from St. Catherine’s Church on Tuesdays from 9:00 to 11:00 AM. The volunteers plan to keep collecting until weather forces them to pause. Due to the huge and continued growing need, the Social Justice Committee of the Parish of St. Continue Reading →

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Jewish Family Services, Neighbor to Neighbor Collaborate to Provide Groceries to Homebound Seniors

“In the past, Neighbor to Neighbor had their food pantry at Christ Church and clients would come and ‘shop,’ but that has been shut down. We’re doing this all together as one big lift. It’s giving us all a common goal so people don’t fall into despair.” – Margaret Tjimos-Goldberg, Executive Director, Neighbor to Neighbor Continue Reading →

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Large Donation Will Help Neighbor to Neighbor Expand Food Response

“Our traditional way of purchasing and obtaining food is diminishing due to stresses in the supply chain and prices are escalating at a very dramatic rate.” – Margaret Tjimos-Goldberg, Neighbor to Neighbor Continue Reading →

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Neighbor to Neighbor Moves Food Pantry to Arch Street Teen Center

The outpouring of compassion from Greenwich residents is rapidly increasing. Citizens want to reach out to help as the ripple effect of COVID-19 creates more unemployment, food insecurity and medical fallout. In this overwhelming global pandemic, working together can make all the difference and building a sense of humanity and grace has to start locally. As of Monday, March 30, Neighbor to Neighbor has made a significant step in addressing the increased need for food by temporarily moving their distribution location to the Arch Street Teen Center. Located directly off I-95,the Arch Street location allows for easy access and truck deliveries of food and supplies. Continue Reading →

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