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Every year millions of people go hungry.  In an effort to help out those less fortunate than us, thathouseinmilford.com has decided to help raise funds for the Connecticut Food Bank through a "Virtual Food Drive."  What is a Virtual Food Drive?  Well, simply put, you can go online through the link provided which will take you to thathouseinmilford's virtual food drive to benefit the Connecticut Food Bank. You may purchase food for the food bank or donate cash (the grocery bags on the page) through this link.  All donations are tax deductible and you will be providing a great service to those less fortunate than yourself. 

If you have enjoyed our Christmas lights and our site, please consider donating to the Connecticut Food Bank by clicking on the hyperlink below.  New this year...You have the option of giving $5.00, $10.00, $15.00 $20.00 or $25.00!  Let's make this a great year!: 

      Virtual Food Drive

If you feel more comfortable donating by check, feel free to send your check to my address, 75 Meadows End Road in Milford CT 06460.  Please make sure that it is endorsed to the Connecticut Food Bank.  Any checks endorsed otherwise will be returned to the sender.

 Facts about the CT Food Bank:

  • Connecticut Food Bank (CFB) is a private, nonprofit organization whose mission is to alleviate hunger. We strive to do this by supplying food products and resources to eligible programs throughout our service area in Connecticut, and by promoting public awareness about the problem of hunger.1
  • Founded in 1982, CFB is the largest centralized source of donated, emergency food in Connecticut.2
  • The CT Food Bank provides food to 650 food- assistance programs such as soup kitchens, shelters, food pantries, and adult and child day care centers in six of Connecticut's eight counties: Fairfield, Litchfield, Middlesex, New Haven, New London and Windham.3

To learn more about the CT Food Bank click here

                                                                       

     

1, 2, & 3 Source: The Connecticut Food Bank, http://www.ctfoodbank.org/, Used by permission.