Sarah Davidson Medal Winner

Volunteer Sarah Davidson Wins Silver & Bronze at CT Special Olympics

Special Olympics Connecticut hosted the 2014 Winter Games this past weekend in the Hartford area. Athletes from across the state competed  in  various events, including Cross Country Skiing, Snowboarding, Alpine Skiing, Speed Skating, Figure Skating, and Floor Hockey. Our Wednesday volunteer, Sarah Davidson, won a silver medal in the 100 meter Speed Skating race, and a bronze in the 200 meter race. Our congratulations go to Read More →


“Gifts Bags for Good” to Benefit N2N

This amazing 9 year old took an idea from Christmases at her home – reusable gift bags – and turned it into a charitable fundraiser. Proceeds from the sales of these beautiful, hand-made cloth gift bags (selling for $4 – $8 each) will benefit our food and clothing programs. They truly are as beautiful as the motive behind this heartfelt business venture, “Gift Bags for Read More →


Neighbor to Neighbor Closing Policy

In the event of bad weather in town, Neighbor to Neighbor will follow the Greenwich Public Schools delayed openings and closings. For example, if the schools are on a 2 hour delay, we will open at 10:30 AM (2 hours after our normal opening time.)Neighbor Closings

Decorated Tree Donated to the Junior League's Enchanted Forest

Neighbor Donates Decorated Tree to The Junior League’s "Enchanted Forest"

Neighbor to Neighbor volunteer Dianna Dreskin designed and decorated (with the help of Sue Drexler) a 4 ft. Christmas tree for the JLG Enchanted Forest last month.  The tree, entitled “Feeding Our Neighbors” used hand-made ornaments filled with rice, grains, dried fruit, beans, oatmeal, etc.; all of the food that we give out at Neighbor.  It had a popcorn and cranberry garland, delicate bags Read More →


First Annual North Mianus School “Fowl” Shooting Contest Benefits N to N

ictured above are the winners of North Mianus Elementary School’s first annual ‘Fowl’ shooting contest along with teacher Scott Moroney and Nancy Coughlin, Executive Director of Neighbor to Neighbor. Students in grades K-5 collected and donated over 500 food items during the month of November and students in grades 3-5 all participated in a basketball free throw contest.  The 6 winners each won a Thanksgiving turkey Read More →

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