Northwest Corner Gives
Please know, FISH is so very grateful to all of our "heroes and angels" who have found ways to generously support us and build morale during this pandemic - GREAT deeds - mask makers, dinners, advising health providers, amazing donors and foundations, food donors, Churches, schools, organizations, Litchfield Distillery's collection box, holiday helpers, Food Rescue US... We are cautiously resilient because of you!
About FISH NWCT
The mission of FISH NWCT is to provide the most basic of human needs - food, shelter and hope. Since opening its doors in 1972, FISH has evolved into the largest emergency homeless shelter (35 beds) in the NWCT corner, providing families, individuals and veterans a safe and secure haven as they await permanent supportive housing; as well as serving area residents (over 1500 annually) as a food pantry, distributing food for over 91,000 meals.
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is coping with the Coronavirus Pandemic.
In the best of times - our goal at the shelter is to provide a friendly, communal family setting to our neighbors in need. We serve infants through seniors.
The programs and social services at FISH NWCT are critical to some for their survival and well being.