At Person to Person, we rely on generous support of individuals, community groups, local businesses, and corporations for the essential funds that make our mission possible. Every donation, regardless of size, helps us meet the critical needs of families in our community.
It’s the support and participation of our community that makes our work possible. Your tax-deductible gift to Person to Person goes directly to programs that meet our mission of educated, financially stable, and hunger-free homes for all.
Check: If you prefer to donate by check, please send your gift to: Person to Person, attn: Nancy Coughlin, 1864 Post Road, Darien, CT 06820
Stocks or Securities: To make a gift of stock or securities, please contact Nancy Coughlin at nancycoughlin@p2pHelps.org.
Wire Transfer: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
P2P is a 501 ©(3) organization; tax ID # is 06-1422248. Your gift is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Our Helping Hands Legacy Society an exceptional opportunity to advance Person to Person’s mission through Planned Giving. When you share your commitment to Person to Person in your estate or financial plan, you become an honored member of our Helping Hands Legacy Society. Planned gifts include gifts in a will or living trust, charitable trusts or gift annuities that benefit Person to Person, gifts of life insurance, financial accounts, or identifying Person to Person as a beneficiary in one of your plans.
Please notify us of your future gift or contact Nancy Coughlin at nancycoughlin@p2pHelps.org for more information.
Start a Fundraiser
Deepen your engagement and start a fundraiser for P2P! Some ideas include, run a 5K, dedicate a special occasion like your birthday, or create your own unique event. You can make a big difference and have a great time doing it!
For more information, please reach out to email@example.com
Virtual Food Drive
P2P is providing more food than ever before, in part due to the economic toll the pandemic has had on so many of our neighbors. In the 12 months after the pandemic started, P2P distributed 71% more groceries than the previous 12 months. Help P2P get food where it needs to be, with a gift to our food program. Thank you.
In-kind contributions can range from non-perishable food items for our three food pantries, new or gently used clothing for our clothing center, to baby gear and diapers. Please call 203-655-0048 with any questions you may have.
Non-perishable foods to help stock the Food Pantries in Darien, Norwalk and Stamford. Click here for a shopping list of healthy food items needed in our pantries. For more information about food drives, email Rick Nixon in Stamford.
Household & Personal Items
We accept spring/summer clothing April 1 – August 31 and fall/winter clothing September 1 – March 31 at our Darien site, 1864 Post Road.
Please make sure all clothing is clean, bagged, sorted and labeled — and only leave donations during office hours (M-F, 9am-1pm)! Items left outside after office hours may be ruined by the weather.
- Please sort donations by gender and size and placed in bags with gender and size written on the outside.
- P2P does not accept strollers, car seats, used toys, electronics, books, household appliances, or furniture.
- Download Tax Form for Clothing Donation donations. Download Tax Form for Food Pantry donations.
Your donation to our Goods4Good program helps people in crisis by providing them with essential clothing items and household goods. These specific items are distributed by our caseworkers to their clients throughout the year, as needed. View needed items on our Amazon wish list.
Person to Person never sells or shares donor information. We respect donor privacy and take security measures to protect financial and personal information.
The Future Fund Campaign
We invite you to support the P2P Future Fund to bring our services closer to those we serve.
Your gift will help equip and operate a second mobile food pantry allowing P2P to immediately double its food distribution in Stamford. Utilizing the existing P2P Warehouse and a wide network of food providers and volunteers, the second mobile food pantry will allow us to leverage resources to bring healthy food and casework support to an additional 2,000 households per year.