Interfaith Council of Southwestern Connecticut
EMERGENCY VIGIL OF SOLIDARITY WITH THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
Sunday, October 28th, 4pm
Congregation Agudath Shalom
301 Strawberry Hill Ave, Stamford
The Interfaith Council of Southwest Connecticut provides spiritual leadership to solve community problems.
The Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County is now a fully independent agency with its own advisory board. The agency is still located at 461 Glenbrook Avenue, Stamford, CT 06906.
Friendship House, a West Side apartment building for low-income renters was sold for $2.3 million to a partnership formed by the Mutual Housing Association of Southwestern Connecticut and New Neighborhoods Inc.
The Housing Development Fund received most of the money. Other funds went to programs previously under the Interfaith Council, formerly the Council of Churches and Synagogues. Senior Neighborhood Support Services received $10,000. The Friendly Visitors and Friendly Shoppers program at Senior Services of Stamford also received $10,000. The Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County received $125,000. Another $110,000 was reinvested in the Council.
The Friendly Visitors/Friendly Shoppers program now resides with Senior Services of Stamford at 945 Summer Street, Stamford, CT 06901.
Friendly Visitors/Friendly Shoppers
The prison visitation ministry now resides with DomusKids at 83 Lockwood Avenue, Stamford, CT 06902.
Senior Neighborhood Support Services now resides with Catholic Family Services at 30 Myano Lane Suite 12, Stamford, CT 06902.