Help make Thanksgiving a festive occasion for 800+ families in need.  Participate in our annual Thanksgiving Food Drive by organizing a collection or volunteering with us to sort donations or distribute donations! Additional details in the above flyer, including a list of our wish list for non-perishable food items and logistics for volunteer opportunities.   To get involved, please email Emily Tang at   .

For those interested in donating or running a drive: Please click here for a list of items we are collecting. Items can be dropped off at 141 Franklin Street in Stamford, CT. If you are interested in running a drive with your school, workplace, or community group, please reach out to Sarah Kennedy at, or (203) 388-0109.

For those looking to volunteer: We are currently in need of volunteers to help sort and distribute donations:

Help to sort donations - Saturday, November 23 Shift 1: 9 - 11AM (This shift is at maximum capacity)

Shift 2: 11AM - 1PM

Distribute donations - Tuesday, November 26, 9AM - 1PM (This shift is at maximum capacity)

If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Sydney DeLago at or (203) 388-0122.

For those in need in our community: Our Thanksgiving Drive distribution will take place on Tuesday, November 26 at our Woodland Campus (8 Woodland Place on the South End of Stamford). Doors open at 10am and is first-come, first-served.

Each family will be given one turkey and one set of fixings, an Inspirica “basket.” Unfortunately, we are not able to reserve baskets for those not physically present at the time of distribution. We thank you in advance for your understanding!

Thank you to the incredible supporters of our 2018 Thanksgiving Drive!

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The Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County, Inc was incorporated in 2003. Its’ mission is 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 and Wilton while seeking to raise awareness of, and promote action to combat, hunger in those communities.

The Food Bank is unique in that it is the hub of emergency food distribution center to 90 non-profit agencies and programs located in lower Fairfield County. These agencies and programs include, shelters, soup kitchens, domestic violencs crisis centers, youth programs, back-pack programs; pantries including a mobile pantry.

In 2017. The Food Bank distributed 1. 2 million pounds of food through the aforementioned communities.

And supporters from the following organizations and companies:

Fairway Markets - Stamford

Diddel and Diddel

St. Michael’s

St. Paul's Church

National Charity League - NC Chapter

Empire State Realty Trust

Westhill High School

The Congregational Church of New Canaan

Greenwich Country Day School

Ancient Order of the Hibernians

Dolphin Cove

Viking Construction

Kids Helping Kids

The Mead School

St. Luke's School

Brunswick School

St. Bridget of Ireland Church

Congregation Agudath Sholom

Willis Towers Watson

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority

Girl Scout Troop 50902