Sunday, February 14, 2016

13 degrees cold weather doesn’t stop volunteers with the Connecticut Food Bank Mobile Pantry Ridgefield, Connecticut. Friday 12th February 2016

#WA8UNS @WA8UNS #ridgefieldct #Ridgefield @ridgefield  in #FairfieldCounty #CT  #Connecticut Thomas Q Kimball of Ridgefield, Connecticut wanted to share Busy morning here with volunteers getting food to community with the Connecticut Food Bank Mobile Pantry even at 13 degrees cold weather for Friday 12th February 2016., As where here volunteering every 2nd Friday of each month. At St. Andrew's Lutheran Church, Ridgefield, Connecticut meets St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church 6 Ivy Hill Road Second Friday of the month – 11 a.m. Always looking for volunteers. Ridgefield Operation for Animal Rescue - ROAR, Ridgefield comes and drops off dog and cat supplies to hand out and also Ridgefield Library comes with books. We also set up a little table with pasta items from the Town Of Ridgefield Social Services. Today also some hats and gloves ( winter items ) and also valentines day chocolates from The Scotts Ridge Pockets of Hope Club Ridgefield, Connecticut. We did unfortunately ran out of food at the end to hand out. Had about 130+ people come through, Contact Karen and or Tony at Town Of Ridgefield Social Services if you would like to volunteer with us.
A big thank you to the anonymous donor that gives the funding for the food on the truck.


Opening boxes of frozen fish on a 13 degree day. 


Volunteering with Babs S also a Wolfpit Running Club member.



A little table with pasta items from the Town Of Ridgefield Social Services. 







Ridgefield Operation for Animal Rescue - ROAR, Ridgefield comes and drops off dog and cat supplies to hand out


Many thanks to The Scotts Ridge Pockets of Hope Club Ridgefield, Connecticut for the Valentines day chocolates makes this volunteer's day better. This is the first year that I have had to spend Valentines day by myself. I'm recently coming out of a 12 year relationship and hard being single again and all by myself again.

Mobile Food Pantry Delivery Schedule Change For Ridgefield, Connecticut


Volunteers Ridgefield Pop Up Food Pantry at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church Ridgefield,Connecticut January 2016. “pop-up food pantries” run by Town Of Ridgefield Social Services at  Contact Karen and or Tony at Town Of Ridgefield Social Services if you would like to volunteer with us and or if you need some food. 



Volunteering with a great group of volunteers like Ann, Rose, Sharron and others


Fresh eggs to hand out as well this company always drops off eggs thank you to Pampered Poulets

Last year photo at  St. Andrew's Lutheran Church Ridgefield. And Also Ridgefield Pop Up Pantry at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church Ridgefield.


Volunteering with a great group of volunteers like Ann and Rose and others.