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Donate Abundance
Household Goods ~ 
    
Keep it if you Use it, or if it Brings you Joy! 

Otherwise, donate. 

1. The Simple Approach to Donating goods: Apply when you have     a huge variety and volume of items.

    Donate to local Donation Center such as:

2. Recipient-direct Approach to Donating goods: Apply when you     have a volume of items in categories that are sought after by a     specific organization.  See CT Directory of Donation Requested,     below.

Also: Check          for local Donation Requests we come across! 

Brookfield, Connecticut    203-794-0284
Kerri Colombo
Kerri Colombo
Motivator, Simplifier, Organizer
Cornerstone OrganizingSpecializing in changing lives

Money ~ 

Before donating, it is wise to research the organization to determine how much of your money is used for the intended recipient's benefit. You can easily do this by checking the ratings and reviews on these sites: 






To research a local organization, talk to people who have a direct connection with them.  Personally, I support: 




Consider donating Money to your local Food Pantry & to Disaster Relief organizations.  They can stretch a dollar further & apply each dollar toward exactly what they need.  For Disaster Relief, I support: 







CT Directory of Donations Requested 
These are some CT based agencies that rely on Donations from the Community.  Their needs often change, so please check their website for Current Requests.  (I've listed some of the top items requested by the organization.) 

Arc For Peace: http://www.arcforpeace.org/- Food, beans
325 Main St
Danbury, CT 06810
203-792-9450

Big Brothers Big Sisters: http://www.bbbsswct.org/give-used - Clothes, household goods
129 South Main Street
Newtown, CT 06470
877-399-2570

Brookfield Food Pantry/Social Services: http://www.brookfieldct.gov/pages/BrookfieldCT_Social/index - Food, personal care 
100 Pocono Road
Brookfield, CT 06804
203-775-7312

Brookfield Senior Center: http://www.brookfieldct.gov/pages/BrookfieldCT_Senior/index - Craft supplies 
100 Pocono Road
Brookfield, CT 06804
203-775-5308

Daily Bread Ecumenical Food Pantry: http://dailybreadfoodpantry.com/index.html - Food, cereal, soup, beans
St. James Episcopal Church
25 West Street
Danbury, CT 06810
203-748-3561

DAWS - Danbury Animal Welfare Society: http://www.daws.org/wish-list - pet food, litter, paper towels, bleach
147 Grassy Plain Street
Bethel, CT 06801
203-744-3297

Dorothy Day Hospitality House: http://www.dorothydaydanbury.org/ - Paper products, food, personal care
11 Spring Street
Danbury, CT 06810
203-743-7988

Dress for Success: https://midfairfieldcounty.dressforsuccess.org/get-involved/donate/ - Work Wear & bags
240 Fairfield Avenue
2nd Floor
Bridgeport, CT 06604

Family and Children’s Aid: http://www.fcaweb.org/Donate/ - Art supplies, socks, toys, games
75 West St
Danbury, CT 06810
203-748-5689

Goodwill: http://www.gwct.org/shop/locations-and-hours - Housewares, clothing
165 Federal Road
Brookfield, CT 06804
203-775-6861

Helping Hands Community Thrift Store & Furniture Bank: http://www.helpinghandsctfb.com/ - Mattresses, furniture, clothing 
334 Boston Post Road
Orange, CT 06477
203-298-0499

Hillside Food Outreach: http://www.hillsidefoodoutreach.org/ - Diabetic and other food supplies
39 Old Ridgebury Road, Suite 16 
Danbury, CT 06810 
203-702-4881


















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Fairfield County, CT: Bethel, Bridgewater, Brookfield, Danbury, Darien, Easton, Fairfield, Greenwich, New Canaan, New Fairfield, Newtown, Norwalk, Old Greenwich, Redding, Ridgefield, Rowayton, Sandy Hook, Stamford, Weston, Westport, Wilton

Litchfield County, CT: Kent, New Milford, Roxbury, Washington, Woodbury

New Haven County: Middlebury, Southbury

Westchester County, NY: Bedford, Bedford Hills, Chappaqua, Cross River, Croton Falls, Harrison, Katonah, Larchmont, Mamaroneck, 
Mt. Kisco, New Rochelle, North Salem, Pleasantville, Pound Ridge , Purchase, Purdys, Rye, South Salem

Putnam County, NY: Brewster, Carmel