Feeding Our Neighbors Community Challenge

November 4, 2020

Thanks to Union Savings Bank, Savings Bank of Danbury & Newtown Savings Bank, (and John Oliver), we have launched a community fundraiser to raise $100,000 for Danbury area food pantries! All donations will go to the United Way Danbury Food Collaborative who disperse the funds to all area pantries.

Our food pantries, and the families that they serve, can use your support through the Covid-19 pandemic. Please consider making a donation of any size.

Donate $500 or more and win a free tour of the John Oliver Memorial Sewer Plant with Mayor Mark Boughton! Email Taylor O’Brien at [email protected] to confirm your donation.

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