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This spring, help us celebrate journeys from homeless to home. Join us for our Spring Soiree, taking place April 25 from 5:30 to 7:30pm at the Main Stage at the Palace Theatre in downtown Stamford.
NEW - More tickets now available!
Due to overwhelming demand, we have made a limited number of additional tickets available. Please click the below button to purchase your tickets today before they are sold out!
If you would like to help us bloom, please consider make a donation to Spring Soiree or becoming a sponsor:
Mark your calendars for Fairfield County's Giving Day! On Thursday, February 28, our community will unite around causes they believe in and support local nonprofit organizations. We hope you will contribute to Inspirica through our Fairfield County Giving Day page, so that we can continue to help the most vulnerable among us and achieve our mission to break the cycle of homelessness.
Homelessness is a problem we can solve. We need your help to get there! Join hundreds of volunteers throughout Connecticut as we conduct the annual Point-In-Time (PIT) Count, a physical count of homeless persons that takes place across the country on Tuesday, January 22.
To register as a volunteer, please click here
** Please select "Stamford-Greenwich" as your location **
On April 26, 2018, we were fortunate to have nearly 300 supporters join us at our annual Spring Soiree. During the evening's program, we highlighted all of the small things we do as an organization.
Please take a look to see that what makes us special isn't so much what we do, but how we do it. It's the small things in life that define us, and it's the small things that ultimately define Inspirica.
REGISTER TODAY: WWW.INSPIRICACT.ORG/ONESTEP
RSVP TO NZINGA @ NKING@INSPIRICACT.ORG
On April 20, 2017, we were fortunate to have nearly 300 supporters join us at our annual Spring Soiree. During the evening's program, we highlighted our children.Please take a look to see why our focus on working with children is critical to permanently breaking the cycle of homelessness.
Join us as we celebrate the successful journey of our clients from homeless to home!
ANNUAL POINT IN TIME SURVEY: VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
There are thousands of individuals and families in shelter at any time, and hundreds more living without shelter in Connecticut. Only by knowing who, where, and how many people are experiencing homeless in CT can we plan and identify the resources needed to best serve the most vulnerable, and ultimately move families into permanent housing.
WE NEED YOUR HELP WITH THIS YEAR’S ANNUAL POINT IN TIME COUNT!
WHAT: The Point-in-Time Count is a one-day count of sheltered and unsheltered homeless individuals and families across the United States. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requires that each count is conducted at the end of January every year.
Join us on January 24, 2017 to make a difference in the lives of homeless men, women, and children throughout Connecticut by taking part in the nation’s largest homeless census.
Description: Participate in searching for and administering a survey to homeless individuals and families in Connecticut. You may designate the region that you would prefer to participate in and will be trained with a team of volunteers. (PLEASE SELECT “FAIRFIELD COUNTY” AND THEN “STAMFORD” AS YOUR AREA OF CHOICE)
WHEN: Tuesday, January 24, 2017
- 6:30 PM – Training (Pizza will be served)
- 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM – Surveying in Designated Areas
WHERE: Meet at 141 Franklin Street and be sure to join us back at Franklin Street for hot cocoa after the survey is complete!
REGISTER ONLINE: http://cceh.org/volunteer-registration-2017/
Join us Wednesday, December 21, 2016, at the National Homeless Persons Memorial Day Service as we remember the homeless who lost their lives this past year.
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Inspirica is hosting its annual Thankgiving Giveaway and we need your help to fill the Thanksgiving tables of our clients!
Click here to see which items we are collecting and how YOU can help!
Thank you to the nearly 300 friends and family of Inspirica, St. Francis, and St. Luke’s who came out on Sunday, September 25, 2016 to support the 5k Run/Walk to #EndHomelessness!
As a result of your support, we can continue our work in breaking the cycle of homelessness and place more men, women and children into permanent homes.
Inspirica’s Spring Soiree!
You're Invited to Play!
Sunday, October 2, 2016 1:00 PM
Wee Burn Beach Club
7 Anchor Road
Prizes & Open Bar
Karen Barret- Director
Jim Metzger, Nancy Gramps, and Donna Christensen
Back to School is Right Around the Corner!
How YOU Can Help
Inspirica’s Young Professionals group will host its Second Annual Back-to-School Supplies Collection August 10 – August 24, 2016 in an effort to provide the children in the shelters the tools they need to be successful in school and in life. Community members are encouraged to help Inspirica’s efforts to provide basic school necessities and help start a new school year off right!
WHERE: Inspirica, Inc.
141 Franklin Street
WHEN: Wednesday, August 10, 2016 – Wednesday, August 24, 2016
Drop offs are weekdays from 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
To participate in this event or additional inquiries, please contact Nzinga King at (203) 388-0127 or email email@example.com.
Early Childhood & Parenting Program Ribbon Cutting
We are now investing resources and talent into educating our littlest learners!
On January 19th, 2016, Inspirica launched our newest innovation, the Early Childhood and Parenting Program. The newest addition to our successful Children’s Services program will provide a much needed educational opportunity for our homeless youth ages 0-5.
Investing in children is the most effective way to break the cycle of homelessness. The mission of Inspirica’s Early Childhood and Parenting Program is to make sure the homeless children in our care do not grow up to be homeless adults.
For more information, contact Barbara McLaughlin
Director of Early Childhood and Parenting Program