Give Back at City Hall

November 30, 2017

Danbury City Hall is currently hosting two donation boxes in its lobby.

Give back this holiday season and consider donating to our clothing and food drive.




The International Association of Firefighters, Danbury Professional Firefighters Union Local 801, will once again be conducting a “CANNED FOOD DRIVE” on behalf of the Salvation Army’s “HOLIDAY FOOD BANK” and “HOLIDAY BASKETS”. The collection will run through Friday, December 22, 2017.

All non-perishable food will be accepted.

Food Drive collection sites are located at the following DANBURY CAREER FIRE STATIONS:

Fire Headquarters 19 New Street
Engine Company 23 208 Osborne Street
Engine Company 24 36 Eagle Road, Commerce Park
Engine Company 25 171 South King Street
Engine Company 26 75 Kenosia Avenue Ext.
Fire Marshals Office 1st floor City Hall, Deer Hill Ave.
Sikorsky Federal Credit Union, 345 Main St.

Please feel free to contact Lieutenant Daly at Fire Headquarters at
(203) 796-1550 or cell # (203) 470-5979 with any questions.


Get Downtown Danbury is holding a donation drive for Danbury residents in need of warm, winter clothing from now until Monday, December 11. Get Downtown has partnered with Jericho Partnership in an effort to distribute donations to local citizens in need. A number of businesses and public entities in downtown Danbury have signed on as collection sites. Donation boxes are available at Danbury City Hall, CityCenter Danbury, Workspace Collective, Arthur Murray Dance Studio, Danbury Library, and Mothership on Main.

Get Downtown Danbury is a collaboration of many agencies, organizations, and people throughout the greater Danbury area who have come together for the benefit of downtown Danbury. The mission is to promote the economic, cultural, and social vitality of downtown Danbury by engaging local residents who are vested in downtown’s future.

“We are leading this drive with the commitment of many businesses and residents in the downtown area who continue to come together in order to make a positive impact on our community,” said PJ Prunty, Executive Director of CityCenter Danbury and founding member of Get Downtown Danbury. “We hope those who are able to donate consider joining us in this mission.”

Accepted donations include new or gently used winter coats, gloves, hats, scarves, socks, blankets, and other warm clothing items. Adult and child sizes will be accepted.

Visit Get Downtown on Facebook for more information.

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