There are so many fantastic organizations being Christ’s hands and feet throughout our community. Below is a list of service partners that we highly recommend you to support with your time and talents:

Boys and Girls Club of Greenwich

About: Offering Greenwich kids a safe place to learn and grow... and have fun at the same time
Where we serve: Greenwich
Volunteer opportunities: Homework club help or one-on-one tutoring (Monday-Thursday, 3:00-5:00 pm); sports facilitators (Monday-Thursday, 5:30-8:00 pm); admin, special events and facilities support
Who can serve: Adults, teenagers
Interested in learning more? Contact Deelia Wadsworth, Volunteer Coordinator, at 203-869-3224 ext. 121 or visit

Bridgeport Rescue Mission

About: Fighting poverty from the inside out by providing a place of hope and dignity as we feed the hungry, clothe the needy, shelter the homeless, and restore the addicted
Where we serve: coastal Fairfield County
Volunteer opportunities: Meal prep; serve meals in our dining room or mobile kitchens; organize donations at our warehouse; do collection drives for our pantry; and maintain our properties
Who can serve: Adults 
Interested in learning more?  - Visit or contact Patti Law, Community Relations Manager, at 203-333-4087 ext. 118

Domestic Violence Crisis Center

About: Committed to promoting the fundamental right of all individuals to be safe in their personal relationships 
Where we serve: lower Fairfield County
Volunteer opportunities: Provide court or legal services; become a certified volunteer; organize a movie night or game night for SafeHouse clients; assist with activities and gifts for clients around the holidays; help in the office with admin or fundraising
Who can serve: Adults
Interested in learning more? Contact Chitra Shanbhogue at or the Stamford office at 203-588-9100

Food Rescue US

About: Working to end American food insecurity and food waste by engaging volunteers to transfer fresh, usable, excess food from grocers, restaurants, and other sources to hungry families throughout the U.S.
Where we serve:  Fairfield, New Haven, Hartford and Litchfield counties
Volunteer opportunities: Pick up surplus food from our Food Donors (grocers, restaurants, etc.) and deliver it directly to local Receiving Agencies (community kitchens, food pantries, etc.)
Who can serve: Anyone with a car and an active driver’s license
Interested in learning more? Send an email to or visit

Greenwich Center for Hope and Renewal

About: Providing clinically excellent counseling and training in a discreet and caring environment grounded in faith
Where we serve: Fairfield and Westchester counties and other parts of New York    
Volunteer opportunities: Event support: administrative tasks, registration, greeting, etc.; social media ambassadors
Who can serve: Adults
Interested in learning more? Send an email to

A House on Beekman

About: A House on Beekman's aim is to create a seemless series of programs from birth to career that empowers the next generation of the South Bronx to reach their full potential.
Where we serve: South Bronx
Volunteer opportunities: Child care, PreK assistants, after school tutors, career presentation, summer camp
Who can serve: Adults
Interested in learning more? Check out


About: To break the cycle og homelessness by helping people achieve -- and maintain -- permanent housing and stability in their lives.
Where we serve: Fairfield County
Volunteer opportunities: Preparing or serving meals, mentoring and tutoring, babysitting, job search support, and more.
Who can serve: Adults
Interested in learning more? Send an email to Emily Tang at or click here

Neighbor to Neighbor

About: Improving lives by creating access to nutritious food, quality clothing and basic living essentials in an atmosphere of kindness and respect
Where we serve: Greenwich, Stamford, Port Chester
Volunteer opportunities: Sort clothing or food donations; stock shelves and assist clients while "shopping." Volunteers must be able to lift 30 pounds and navigate stairs.
Who can serve: Adults; teens over the age of 14; 12 and 13-year-olds can serve with a parent
Interested in learning more? Contact Duncan Lawson, Operations Coordinator, at 203-622-9208 ext. 12 or visit

The Norwalk Mentoring Program

About: We empower community-minded adults to better the future of young people through mentoring. Our mentors change lives in one hour per week. We train and match a caring adult with a child in need of support, friendship, and guidance. Mentors choose the age range and school that is convenient for them.
Where we serve: Norwalk
Volunteer opportunities: Mentor a student (K-12) in Norwalk Public Schools—Play games, read, do sports, do arts and crafts during the school day (8:00 am -2:00 pm one hour per week); Administrative/ marketing help--- Place flyers, Answer phones, filing, produce social media content (flexible hours)
Who can serve: Adults
Interested in learning more? Send an email to or visit


About: Offering adults with severe mental illness housing and total wrap-around comprehensive support
Where we serve: Greenwich
Volunteer opportunities: Mentor a community client; grab a coffee or take a walk with a client; teach a class (art, writing, Alpha, etc.) during their Fellowship hours (9:00 am -2:00 pm during the week)
Who can serve: Adults
Interested in learning more? Send an email to or visit

The Undies Project

About: Providing new underwear to those in need to improve their lives
Where we serve: Greenwich, Stamford, Darien, Norwalk, Westport, Bridgeport
Volunteer opportunities: Collection bins drop off and pick up; fundraiser planning and execution; social media support; administrative work
Who can serve: Adults, teens
Interested in learning more? Email Laura Delaflor and Lucy Langley at


Want to nominate an organization to add to this list?
jake.kircher@trinitychurch.lifeEmail Jake Kircher, Associate Pastor,