Neighbor to Neighbor, in partnership with the National Association of Letter Carriers, invites all residents to leave a bag of non-perishable, unexpired foods by their mailbox on Saturday, May 14th.

Neighbor to Neighbor is pleased to announce there are two ways to support the 2022 Stamp Out Hunger food drive this year. All Greenwich residents are encouraged to leave a bag of unexpired, non-perishable food items by their mailbox the morning of Saturday, May 14th. Greenwich Letter Carriers will collect the food and deliver it to Neighbor that same day. If you are away that weekend, we have partnered with GiveHealthy to donate fresh foods via their online platform. Please consider donating fresh produce, milk and/or eggs online. Thank you!



Every Tuesday 9 – 11 a.m. (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.

Every Thursday 10 – 11:30 a.m. (drive-thru) located in the parking lot of St. Paul’s Church in Riverside.

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

24/7 food collection site at Greenwich Reform Synagogue (92 Orchard Road, Cos Cob). The weatherproof bin is located outside of the synagogue.

24/7 food collection site at Round Hill Community Church (395 Round Hill Church Road, Greenwich). The weatherproof bin is located outside the community center.

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

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