New Neighborhoods is Preparing for Fairfield County’s Giving Day
Stamford, CT – New Neighborhoods is preparing to launch its Fairfield County’s Giving Day online giving campaign on Feb. 23 — providing community members with a fast and easy way to support our mission of building hope and opportunity through development, preservation, and management of quality affordable housing and resident-centered services.
Powered by the Fairfield County’s Community Foundation and Champion Sponsor Bank of America, Fairfield
County’s Giving Day harnesses the collective giving power of local individuals, businesses, and organizations to
support nonprofits throughout Fairfield County. Fairfield County’s Giving Day is a wonderful opportunity for us to raise funds to help create healthier communities for our residents, as well as offer a simple and effective way for our supporters to help us continue to create sustainable communities throughout the state of Connecticut. Fairfield County’s Giving Day has raised more than $13.75 million for nonprofits in Fairfield County since 2014 through the contributions of thousands of donors who come together each year to support local causes. In 2022, more than 400 Fairfield County nonprofits raised nearly $2.2 million through contributions by nearly 13,000 individuals and families.
“Giving Day helps local nonprofits build their fundraising capacity and makes philanthropy accessible to everyone in Fairfield County,” the Community Foundation’s President and CEO Mendi Blue Paca said. “It’s a great way to engage your family and teach your children the value and importance of giving — and proves that we all have the power to make a difference in our community.”
To support New Neighborhoods Charity on Fairfield County’s Giving Day donors can give directly through online Giving Day portal during a 24 hour period beginning at 12:00 a.m. on Feb.23 and continuing up until 11:59 p.m. Donors can visit:
https://www.fcgives.org/organizations/new-neighborhoods here to make their contributions.
Or scan the QR Code here: