Samm Williams of Open Doors worked with the National Alliance to End Homelessness to answer the question: “How do we assist homeless services staff, so they can continue to assist the individuals we serve?” Read her blog post to get a provider’s perspective at https://endhomelessness.org/blog/how-to-value-frontline-staff
Feeding 500 students are hard at work this holiday season! They’re holding their first Holiday Hustle 5K fundraiser on Sunday, December 11, at Wilton’s Comstock Community Center. Register for the race and check out the Good Morning Wilton article to learn more about the event and the students who are leading Feeding 500!
Check out what’s happening at Open Doors! Learn more about our strides in workforce development with our Financial Opportunity Center and in coordination with strategic partners After a long summer, the kitchen renovation is complete Remembering longtime volunteer Bob McGee Preparing for winter and working on a strategy to end homelessness in Norwalk Check out
No municipality in the country has ended all forms of homelessness… But that’s exactly what Norwalk is trying to do. Not just for youth, not just for veterans, not just for individuals – for everyone. And it may become a model for the rest of the state, according to officials from Opening Doors Fairfield County. “We’re
Backpack drives across the city are providing relief to hundreds of families who may struggle with the cost of back-to-school shopping this fall. “Backpack and school supply donations are such a huge help because they help parents make sure their children are prepared for school and don’t feel like they have to go without, and
The first graduates of the Savings Match Program at Open Doors’ Financial Opportunity Center (FOC) celebrated their successes on Friday, July 22. Each client works with FOC financial coach Eddy Agyeman to create a plan with their budget to save at least $400 over six months. Open Doors initially planned to match each dollar saved,