Tom Olson: Volunteer Driver for P2P’s Door2Door Food Delivery Program When the COVID-19 pandemic began to impact lower Fairfield County in March of 2020, Tom Olson, a resident of Weston, wanted to help. An active volunteer with other organizations, Tom searched online for ways to help during the pandemic and learned about a unique volunteer
Here are some of the ways in which P2P helps and is helped by people in our community. If P2P is a part of your life in any way – as a donor, a volunteer, a client – please share your P2P story by using the link at the bottom of this page.
Denise, Single Mother and Grandmother Denise describes her role of single mom as one person doing the job of two – “twice the work, twice the responsibility.” To help her handle all of the responsibilities of raising three kids and now three grandkids, Denise has relied on services from Person-to-Person throughout the years. Through visits
“Receiving the scholarship made me feel valued and like I was on the right path.”
“The P2P Scholarship made me feel as if people had faith in me and that opportunity was there for me.”
“I enjoy seeing the clients. I’ve gotten to know them and their family members.”
“I am thankful for the Campership Program because it fueled my passion to learn.”
“P2P has helped with food and, because the boys grew so fast, clothing.”