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Connecticut Partnership Launches Thanksgiving Food Program

Learn how you can help make Thanksgiving better for a family in your area.

CT Partnership for Children seeks donations to feed families throughout Connecticut. Patch graphic
CT Partnership for Children seeks donations to feed families throughout Connecticut. Patch graphic
Connecticut Partnership for Children, Inc., the Valley’s first diaper bank, is running its fourth-annual Thanksgiving Food Program. 

In 2012, this program provided complete Thanksgiving meals to 36 families throughout Connecticut. This year, CTPFC plans to feed 50-to-100 families, but the program needs your help!

The partnership received a grant from Stop & Shop for $1,000, plus several in-kind donations, including Great Expectations Day Care and Learning Center in Southbury, and the Walnut Hill Community Church Valley Campus in Seymour. CTPFC has estimated that it will cost approximately $25 to feed a family of four-to-five people. 

We are asking for monetary donations from individuals and businesses, sponsorship of a family (providing non-perishable food items), 
or that your group or business hosts a food drive. CTPFC Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization, so your donation may be tax deductible. 

For more information, or to sign up as a donor/sponsor, please contact Nicole via email nicole@ctpfc.org or by phone (203) 881-1804.

Founder Meg Tarby of Oxford says, "Thank you in advance for your kindness and generosity; it is much appreciated." 

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