Thanks to a new online giving platform launched by The Community Fund of Darien, Laptops for Learning is a chance to change the lives of three homeless young adults living at Pacific House and studying for the SAT test that will help them attend college.
Thanks to our 500+ guests, student musicians, sponsors, tasting exhibitors, and all volunteers, our 9th annual Tasting event and To Each His Home concert raised more than $100,000 to benefit the new Young Adult Program at Pacific House! We THANK YOU for your support! Check out the photos from the evening courtesy of Fairfield County LOOK!
Gateway deeply affordable housing property was opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by Evonne Klein, CT State Dept. of Housing Commissioner and Ellen Bromley, representing Stamford Mayor David Martin along with State Senator Carlo Leone and Congressman Jim Himes.
Pacific House is very proud of Board of Directors Vice Chair Chris Tate on the honor presented by New Canaan Community Foundation: 2016 Hall of Fame Volunteer Recognition Award for his dedication to serving our clients and helping lift up those who struggle with homelessness.
Pacific House Is Leading the Way in Helping Connecticut Reach the Goal of Ending Chronic Homelessness by Year-End
There are approximately 30 chronically homeless individuals in the lower Fairfield County area, and Pacific House is committed to housing them all by year-end. Learn more here.
Helping Hands Community Thrift Store and Furniture Bank partners with local non-profits like Pacific House to distribute proceeds from the sale of gently used items. Donations can be dropped off (or they offer pick-up service for larger applicances and furniture) knowing a second home awaits! Check them out the next time you need to de-clutter, spring clean or edit your belongings.