Thanks to the generosity of so many, there are food items which require sorting and shelving for the Woodbridge food pantry. The Boy Scouts from Troop 63, with assistance from Troop 907 and Venture Crew 913, generously donate their time to collect food from local residents for the Woodbridge Food Panty.
Volunteers are needed to get the job done. Any youth who wants to offer community service, please call 203-389-3429 to help. After school hours Monday through Friday or Early Dismissal days are available. Adult volunteers are also welcome to assist in the food pantry. Please call to schedule your time to volunteer.
Toys 4 Kids
Income eligible residents who need holiday toys for children 12 years of age and under should call Nancy Pfund at 203-389-3429 to set up an appointment to apply to TEAM, Inc. Application deadline is 12/15/17.
Wanted: Woodbridge Teens Who Desire Work For Cash…
Need Holiday Money? Woodbridge teens, ages 13-18, interested in occasional paid jobs for Woodbridge residents should call Youth Services at 203-389-3429. Typical jobs include weeding, gardening, yard clean-up, raking, shoveling snow, babysitting, and animal care. Parent permission required. The Job Bank conducts an interview, and matches residents with registered teens who gain experience and self-confidence while earning some money. It’s a perfect opportunity for young people to learn responsibility with assistance from Youth Services.
left to right: Woodbridge Youth Services Director Nancy Pfund, Maria Ammar, who recently collected food at a Breast Cancer Fundraiser to donate to the Woodbridge Food Pantry, and Director of Human Services Mary Ellen La Rocca.