New Neighborhoods Provides Free Lunches To First Responders

New Neighborhoods Provides Free Lunches To First Responders
Featured above are Stamford’s Mayor, David Martin (suit jacket), Stamford Hospital’s COVID-19 nurse unit, New Neighborhoods President and CEO, Jamey Healy (tan shirt), and other members of New Neighborhoods including Jerome Floyd, Kelhens Cherine and Osaid Zubi.

New Neighborhoods’ mission is to provide hope and opportunity through development and management of quality affordable housing and resident-centered services. We have also made it our mission to extend our services to our community and lend a hand when and where it is needed.

Due to the recent pandemic the Police, Fire, EMS and Emergency Room Workers at the hospitals have had the difficult task of being on the front lines, dealing firsthand with the impact from the COVID-19 virus. We could not get through this pandemic without the service of these dedicated first responders.

On Thursday, June 11th and Friday, June 12th, in appreciation of everyone here at New Neighborhoods including our staff, board, and our 750 tenants, New Neighborhoods delivered 300 free lunches to these first responders located at the Stamford Hospital, the Stamford Police Department Regions 1, 2, & 3, the Belltown Volunteer Fire Station, the West Side Fire Station, the South End Fire Station, the Central Fire Station, and to the Stamford EMS team.

New Neighborhoods is proud to have all thesededicated, professional individuals in our community that have been putting themselves and their families at risk to help those in need here in Stamford and throughout Fairfield County.

This is just a small gesture from us to say thank you and to show how much you are appreciated, especially during the most difficult of times.We would like to thank and recognize Stamford
Mayor David Martin, for his continued support to our first responders, and for his time as he joined us in the delivering of these lunches. We would also like to thank Casa Villa, Mexican Restaurant located at 182 West Main St., Scottie’s Fish & Chips, Jamaican Restaurant located at 70 Smith St., and their staff for working hard in preparing these lunches and
discounting the cost of the meals for this program. Much Appreciated!

The biggest thank you however, goes out to the first responders who have put everything on the line to keep us safe and healthy. We know it has not been an easy task and we are in gratitude of your service. Thank You!

Featured above is the owner of Scottie’s Fish & Chips and New Neighborhoods Tenant Advocate Kelhens Cherine.
Featured above is staff of Casa Vila Restaurant preparing the lunches for our first responders.
Featured above are Stamford’s Mayor David Martin, Stamford Hospital Senior Vice President of Fund Development Chris Riendeau, Patient Director Deborah Fedeli, COVID-19 nurse unit, New Neighborhoods President & CEO Jamey Healy and Tenant Advocate Kelhens Cherine.
Featured above are Stamford Hospital COVID-19 nurse unit and New Neighborhoods staff Osaid Zubi.
Featured above are Stamford’s EMS team and New Neighborhoods Tenant Advocate Kelhens Cherine.
Featured above are Stamford’s EMS team, New Neighborhoods Director of Property Management Jerome Floyd, Property Manager Michael Gardner, and  Tenant Advocate Kelhens Cherine.
Featured above are Stamford’s West Side Fire Station Firefighters, New Neighborhoods Director of Property Management Jerome Floyd, Property Manager Michael Gardner, and  Tenant Advocate Kelhens Cherine.
Featured above are Stamford’s EMS team, Stamford’s West Side Fire Station Firefighters and New Neighborhoods Tenant Advocate Kelhens Cherine.
Featured above are Stamford’s South End Firefighters, New Neighborhoods President & CEO Jamey Healy, more of New Neighborhoods staff including Jerome Floyd, Michael Gardner, Kelhens Cherine and Osaid Zubi.
Featured above are Stamford’s Central Fire Station Firefighters. New Neighborhoods President & CEO Jamey Healy, more of New Neighborhoods staff including Jerome Floyd, Michael Gardner, Kelhens Cherine and Osaid Zubi

Featured above is the  New Neighborhoods team including President & CEO Jamey Healy, Director of Property Management  Jerome Floyd, Property Manager Michael Gardner, Tenant Advocate Kelhens Cherine and Management Intern Osaid Zubi delivering lunches to the Stamford Police Department.
Featured above is the New Neighborhoods team including Director of Property Management  Jerome Floyd, Property Manager Michael Gardner, Tenant Advocate Kelhens Cherine and Management Intern Osaid Zubi delivering lunches to the Belltown Volunteer Fire Department.
Featured above is the Belltown Volunteer Fire Department Firefighters, New Neighborhoods team including Director of Property Management  Jerome Floyd, Property Manager Michael Gardner, Tenant Advocate Kelhens Cherine and Management Intern Osaid Zubi.
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