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By Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County 28 Dec, 2017 and its employees led the way in supporting The Food Bank's Thanksgiving fund-raising season. The employees raised more than $25,000 to aid The Food Bank in meeting the hunger needs of the local community this holiday season. made a matching donation that was used by its employees to purchase 16,331 pounds of food, as well as 375 turkeys, from Costco. Pictured are employees loading food purchased at Costco into Food Bank storage bins.
By Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County 07 Dec, 2017
The Food Bank is very pleased to announce that in September 2017, Hitachi Capital America Corp. and employees from its Norwalk office donated a total of $8,080 to support our mission. We are proud to note that this is the 9th straight year that this generous company and its Norwalk based employees have conducted a fund-raiser to benefit The Food Bank. Pictured from left to right are Food Bank Executive Director Kate Lombardo, Hitachi Capital America Community Action Committee members Bill Del Vecchio and Sandi Gaetano, and Food Bank Assistant Executive Director and Corporate Secretary Martin S. Cohen.
By Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County 10 Jul, 2017
We are delighted to announce that on July 10, 2017, The Community Fund of Darien awarded The Food Bank a 2017 grant of $10,000. A valued and long time supporter of The Food Bank, The Community Fund of Darien seeks to help people in Darien, Stamford and Norwalk by supporting a wide range of services, and by recognizing that no one and no issue stands alone. Pictured from left to right are Carrie Bernier, Community Fund of Darien Executive Director; Lisa Haas, Community Fund of Darien Grants Director; Kate Lombardo, Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County Executive Director; and Steve Ward, Community Fund of Darien Board President.
By Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County 27 Jun, 2017
On June 27, 2017, representatives from the First County Bank Foundation, Inc. and The Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County, Inc. gathered to celebrate The Food Bank’s acquisition of a much needed new van. The purchase of the van was made possible through the generosity of the First County Bank Foundation ($22,000), XL Catlin ($5,000), the St. John’s Community Foundation ($2,500) and several individuals. Pictured (from left to right) are Reyno A. Giallongo, Jr., President of First County Bank Foundation; Karen Kelly, Vice President of First County Bank Foundation; Kate Lombardo, Food Bank Executive Director; Frederick Lorthioir, member of The Food Bank’s Board of Directors; Martin S. Cohen, Food Bank Assistant Executive Director; and Hiroshi Nakajima, President of The Food Bank.
By Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County 26 Jun, 2017

The Food Bank is delighted to report that for the second time in the last six months, the Greenwich United Way has provided funding to help feed those in lower Fairfield County who are food insecure. In this instance, The Food Bank was approved for a $10,000 award on June 26, 2017, as part of the Greenwich United Way's Community Investment Process extension grant program. In February 2017, The Greenwich United Way had awarded The Food Bank a $15,000 grant.

The Food Bank is enormously grateful for the Greenwich United Way's continuing support of our mission.

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The Food Bank welcomes donations of all perishable and non-perishable, unopened food.  Donations can be dropped off at our warehouse store.

Mission Statement

To serve as an efficient and effective provider of nutritious food to non-profit organizations that feed the hungry in Darien, Greenwich, New Canaan, Norwalk, Stamford and Wilton, while seeking to raise awareness of, and promote action to combat, hunger in those communities.

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