Founded in 1973, the Volunteer Center of United Way of Western Connecticut works to connect people to volunteer service opportunities and provides resources to nonprofit organizations. Each year, we recruit thousands of volunteers to give their time and talent to the community and help hundreds of nonprofit agencies fulfill their missions. In June 2012, The […]
Computers, Electronics & Cellphones (13)
THE VOLUNTEER CENTER – UNITED WAY OF WESTERN CONNECTICUTLearn More
VIETNAM VETERANS OF AMERICALearn More
Founded in 1978, Vietnam Veterans of America is the only national Vietnam veterans organization congressionally chartered and exclusively dedicated to Vietnam-era veterans and their families. Membership is open to U.S. armed force veterans who served on active duty in the Republic of Vietnam between February 28, 1961 and May 7, 1975, or in any duty […]
LAUREL HOUSE, INC.Learn More
Laurel House helps individuals and families achieve and sustain mental health to lead fulfilling lives in the community. The core purpose is early intervention, social inclusion and recovery. Laurel House, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, has been in operation since 1984 and serves 8 towns in lower Fairfield County from Greenwich to Westport.
YWCA – DOMESTIC ABUSE SERVICESLearn More
Professional and confidential crisis intervention for anyone experiencing domestic violence in their life. Counseling, therapy, and referrals available on a sliding scale. Enhances physical safety and emotional well-being of adults and children who are victims of domestic abuse.
GREENWICH DUMP RECYCLING CENTER – HOLLY HILLLearn More
Town transfer station receiving Household or Commercial Trash/Garbage (MSW) and Recyclables and Single Stream (SSR). Residential Dumping Permit Decal (or current PARK PASS, see TOWN OF GREENWICH PARK PASS OFFICE (BEACH CARD), and a Vehicle Dumping Permit are required. You may also apply at the Scale House on site. Non-Residential Dumping Permit Decal – Agents of Greenwich residents or Greenwich businesses […]
CEREBRAL PALSY OF WESTCHESTERLearn More
Founded in 1949, Cerebral Palsy of Westchester has been the leading non-profit organization in Westchester and Fairfield County. These programs include person-centered planning, life skills training, socialization, educational programming with a strong emphasis on recreational activities for children and adults with cerebral palsy and other disabilities.
GREENWICH HOSPITAL – AUXILIARY THRIFT SHOPLearn More
Opened in 1921, this nonprofit thrift shop is sponsored by the GREENWICH HOSPITAL AUXILIARY. All proceeds directly support GREENWICH HOSPITAL.
GOODWILL OF WESTERN & NORTHERN CONNECTICUT – CAREER CENTER & DONATION CENTERLearn More
Goodwill – Greenwich is part of Goodwill of Western & Northern Connecticut. They serve people with disabilities, economic disadvantages and other barriers to employment. Their mission is to help people achieve independence and self-sufficiency through job training and other support services. Goodwill – Greenwich is a Donation and Career Center. You must deliver your donation to a […]
PET ANIMAL WELFARE SOCIETY – PAWSLearn More
PAWS is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Started in 1962 by Betty Long, their goal is to rescue homeless dogs and place them in permanent homes. In the early 1980s, their rescue efforts were expanded to include cats.
GREENWICH RECYCLING ADVISORY BOARDLearn More
Volunteer advisory board working with the GREENWICH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS on town management of Greenwich’s recycling programs. Members include representatives of the JUNIOR LEAGUE, GREENWICH GREEN & CLEAN, RTM members, the GARDEN CLUBS, refuse haulers, and private citizens.
THE CENTER FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT CRISIS COUNSELING & EDUCATIONLearn More
Since 1979, this nonprofit organization has provided free and confidential counseling and support services for all victims of sexual abuse in Lower Fairfield County. They aim to eliminate sexual violence through community-wide education. It is a United Way agency.
Inspirica, formerly known as St. Luke’s LifeWorks, began as an outreach effort of St. John’s Episcopal Church in the late 1800s. Changing to meet the needs of the community, LifeWorks became an independent non-denominational charity in 1987. Today, services are provided to more than 400 adults and children who face homelessness each year at 10 […]