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Garden Catering-stepping up for Kids in Crisis

On Friday, June 10, both of Garden Catering’s Greenwich locations will be donating 100% of sales to Kids in Crisis. Frank Carpenteri Jr., co-owner of Garden Catering, has grown up in Greenwich and has seen the value that Kids in Crisis provides. “Typically, we’ll donate 10-15% of sales to an organization during these types of fundraisers, but we wanted to do something special for Kids in Crisis. We understand the current funding gap is quite large so we wanted to do something that would create an even bigger giving opportunity than our regular fundraiser.” read more...

Steven Fox’s Pop-up Café to Benefit Kids in Crisis

The popular eat-for-a-cause event returns Saturday, May 7. Steven Fox Jewelry will be providing free gourmet pizza to the community by hosting the New Haven Pizza Truck. The event will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in front of the store’s location at 8 Lewis Street. Free gourmet pizza will be provided for the neighborhood as a thank you from Steven Fox for their endless support over the years. read more...

Spring Fling to benefit Kids in Crisis set for April 1

Mark your calendars: the highly anticipated annual “Spring Fling: In the Spirit of the Olympics” gala to benefit Kids in Crisis will take place Friday, April 1 at the Greenwich Country Club, located at 19 Doubling Road. Nancy Armstrong, Gretchen Fedeli, Jami Sherwood and Angela Swift serve as co-chairs for this year’s Olympics-themed event, which will raise critically-needed funds for the shelter, counseling services and community based programs provided by Cos Cob-based Kids in Crisis. read more...

Kids in Crisis Receives Check from Whole Foods

Kids in Crisis was the recipient of $5,370.17 from Whole Foods Market Greenwich. The store, located at 90 East Putnam Avenue, designated Kids in Crisis as beneficiary of its 5% Giving Day held Jan. 14. Five percent of all purchases made that day were given to the Cos Cob-based children’s shelter and community resource, which recently announced a cut in $750,000 of funding from the State of Connecticut. Whole Foods Market Greenwich representatives presented Kids in Crisis with a check on Feb. 24, and cooked dinner for the children in residence. Whole Foods Market Greenwich also donates food to the shelter three times a week on a regular, ongoing basis. read more...

Silver Shield’s ‘Tips for Kids’ to Benefit Kids in Crisis

Walk into Greenwich Avenue’s Sundown Saloon on Thursday, March 10, and guests will be in for a fun surprise – the Greenwich Police Department’s Silver Shield Association will be on staff, serving as waiters, busboys, and helping behind the bar, all in the name of Kids in Crisis. Guests are invited to attend the Silver Shield’s “Tips for Kids” benefit, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Sundown Saloon, located at 403 Greenwich Avenue. All tips from the night will go to Kids in Crisis. The Cos Cob children’s shelter recently announced a cut in $750,000 of funding from the State of Connecticut. read more...

Restaurant to Donate Guest Contributions to Kids in Crisis

New healthy fast food restaurant, b.good, is offering a “pay-what-you-can” benefit night for Kids in Crisis on Thursday, Jan. 28, where food will be available for free when a donation of any amount is made to Kids in Crisis. The Cos Cob children’s shelter recently announced a cut in $750,000 of funding from the state of Connecticut. Guests of the benefit night will enjoy b.good’s fresh, locally sourced food in a casual, family friendly setting, games for kids and live entertainment. read more...