Surreybrook School Donates Food To Woodbridge Food Pantry
Kathy Consoli and Cheryl Kane along with their staff at Surreybrook School collected food items from families of their students to brighten the holidays of local families. Woodbridge Human Services gratefully accepts donations in order to offer food to families in need during the holidays and throughout the year.
Toys 4 Kids
Income eligible Woodbridge 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.
Toy Donations Needed As Holiday Approach
Collection boxes for the Toys 4 Kids program are located in the Woodbridge Library and the Woodbridge Center on the lower floor. Please consider donating a toy for a child the holiday season.
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.
Pictured: Christina Papa and Megan Kane of Surreybrook School present food to Cynthia Kruger of Woodbridge Youth Services for the Woodbridge Food Pantry