Friday, May 24, 2013

Derby walk raises more than $10K for Spooner House

DERBY - The Spooner House walk last Saturday at the Derby Greenway earned more than $10,250 for hungry and homeless in their care. More than 100 people participated in the walk this year.  
Spooner House thanks those who supported the 16th annual Walk for the Hungry and Homeless including  the walkers and their supporters, along with the corporate sponsors. 

Sponsors included Valley Community Foundation, AD-MERICA and Employment Options, LLC, Adams Hometown Markets, Aquarion Water Co., Calvert Safe and Lock, Gary’s East Coast Service, First Church of Christ in Woodbridge, Tuttle Insurance Group, Pepe Realty, Unilever, Webster Bank, Data Tel, OEM Controls, Naugatuck Valley Savings and Loan, Staley Robeson and R.D. Scinto, Inc.

A variety of in-kind contributions were received from the Brookside Inn Restaurant, Griffin Hospital and Liquid Lunch.

Non-profit Area Congregations Together, Inc. was formed in 1979 to help fill gaps in the Naugatuck Valley’s social service network. 
Today, Spooner House is operated by ACT and devoted to helping clients establish self-sufficiency in an atmosphere of respect and dignity.

The information is taken from a press release.

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