Greenwich Rotary club is an organization of professional men and women working or living in the Greenwich community. Rotary’s commitment is “Service above Self” channeled through Club, Vocational, Community, International, and Youth services.
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LIBERATION PROGRAMS INC.Learn More
Private, nonprofit substance abuse prevention and treatment program. They offer comprehensive drug and alcohol prevention and treatment programs, diagnosis, detoxification, methadone services, eating disorders, residential, halfway, transitional housing programs, outpatient services, community education programs, information and referrals. The Liberation Team caters to the area’s poor and working poor with service offerings for older adults, men, […]
FOOD BANK OF LOWER FAIRFIELD COUNTYLearn More
Founded in 1984, The Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County, Inc., a fully recognized I.R.C. 501 (c) (3) charity, is lower Fairfield County’s primary hunger-relief organization. They provide food to more than 83 non-profit agencies and programs that serve low-income people in our six town service area through bags of groceries and congregate meals. These […]
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.
Begun in 1981, this is a nonprofit volunteer pet-placement agency dedicated to finding good homes for adoptable dogs and cats. The Armonk location, purchased in 1999, is a full-service shelter.
GREENWICH HOSPITAL – LIONS LOW VISION CENTERLearn More
GREENWICH HOSPITAL‘s Lions Low Vision Center provides services to persons with low vision in Fairfield and Westchester counties. The Center helps those with moderate visual impairment to maximize their remaining vision and enhance quality of life. By appointment with a physician referral.
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.
MOTHERS FOR OTHERSLearn More
Founded in 2011 by a group of local mothers, this non profit organization strives to fill a need that is currently not being met in the Greenwich community: helping families find a meaningful place to donate unwanted items while helping other families obtain those same items they need but cannot afford. They work closely with […]
MIDNIGHT RUNLearn More
Begun in 1984 as a volunteer organization dedicated to finding a common ground between the housed and the homeless. Midnight Run is a consortium of churches, synagogues, schools, and civic groups in the metropolitan area. They distribute food, clothing, blankets, and personal items to the homeless on the streets of New York. The primary Greenwich staging […]
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.
SALVATION ARMYLearn More
An evangelical, charitable, international, service organization. The Stamford center provides worship services, social services, and character building programs. The Greenwich Service Unit provides funding for several programs for the needy that are based at the GREENWICH DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES.
AMERICAN LIVER FOUNDATION, CONNECTICUT CHAPTERLearn More
Founded in 1983, this is a local chapter of a national nonprofit organization providing education, advocacy, and support for liver disease patients and their families. It encourages organ donations, and raises funds for liver research.