How To Get Assistance from P2P

We are here to help individuals and families in lower Fairfield County who have been impacted by job loss or other financial crisis caused by the COVID-19 outbreak. ➡️ Food Assistance: Free shelf-stable groceries including fresh produce, protein and dairy are available to residents with income below 235% of Federal Poverty Guidelines or employees furloughed …

A Special Message From CEO Nancy Coughlin

How YOU Can Support Our Work Virtual Food Drive: Participate in our Virtual Food Drive and help ensure that local families have access to fresh, nutritious food and that children can continue to thrive. Financial Contributions: As resources are directed to focus on meeting the unfolding needs and as the number of people we serve increases, your support will help us …

COVID-19: Updates on P2P Response

In response to the COVID-19 situation, we are committed to continuing to provide essential services to the most vulnerable in our community. As the situation unfolds, we will keep this page updated with information about our response.   3.25.2020: Find out how to get assistance from P2P here. 3.20.2020 Volunteers are needed to help pre-pack food …

COVID-19 Response: How You Can Help

Many of you have reached out to ask how you can help ensure that the essential needs of all in our community are met during this unprecedented crisis.  They need your support now more than ever and we are so appreciative of your offers of financial or food contributions, and especially for your genuine concern …

Caring For Our Community During the Coronavirus

At the core of our mission every day is the ability to provide assistance to individuals and families who are facing situational crises. Amid the unfolding coronavirus situation, we have been taking steps to ensure that our current clients continue to receive the food and financial assistance that they rely on, as well as preparing …

In the News: Person-to-Person Addresses Impact of Coronavirus

Person-to-Person Prepared to Respond to Impact of Coronavirus Offers Resources and Assistance to Area Residents Darien CT, March 10, 2020 – Amid ongoing concerns about coronavirus, Person-to-Person is taking steps to ensure that local residents have the support they may need. Concerned that the local impact may create a strain on the workforce and disproportionately impact …

Clothing Center Closed Temporarily

Out of an abundance of caution, we will be temporarily closing our clothing center in Darien beginning at noon on Tuesday, March 10th and will not be accepting clothing donations until further notice. The health and well-being of our clients, volunteers and staff is a top priority. While there has been no case of coronavirus …

OPUS Spring Luncheon – March 5th

We are pleased to extend an invitation to the annual Spring Luncheon hosted by OPUS for Person-to-Person. Speaking at the luncheon this year will be Deborah Goodrich Royce, who will be discussing her debut novel, Finding Mrs. Ford, as well as her transition from a career in acting. You can purchase tickets here.

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