We are proud to share our 2021 Annual Report to the Community

Neighbor to Neighbor is an independent 501c3 non-profit organization that seeks to improve the lives of financially challenged residents throughout the Greenwich area.

Even as the pandemic eases, there is still an unprecedented increase in need for access to nutritious food. Hunger and food insecurity affect many more people in Greenwich than most of us realize: 20%+ of residents lack the income needed to cover basic necessities, and 28% of Greenwich Public School students qualify for free or subsidized lunches. Experiencing food insecurity at a young age can have lasting effects on children’s development, health and well-being, especially if families have to choose between food and medical care.

FOOD DRIVE every Tuesday 9am-11am (drive-thru) located across the street from St. Catherine of Siena Parish on Riverside Avenue – hosted by the St. Catherine of Siena and St. Agnes Parish Social Justice Committee.

FOOD DRIVE every Thursday 10am-11:30 am (drive-thru) located in the parking lot of St. Paul’s Church in Riverside.

There is a 24/7 Food Drive Collection site at North Greenwich Congregational Church (606 Riversville Road, Greenwich, CT 06831). The weatherproof bin is located outside of the Parish Hall.

There is a 24/7 Food Drive Collection site at Greenwich Reform Synagogue (92 Orchard Road, Cos Cob). The weatherproof bin is located outside of the Synagogue.

Most needed items: canned proteins, canned fruit, pasta and sauce, soup, cereal

Our virtual food drive is always open – click here to donate:

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