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Make a Financial Gift to support our critical services, including heat, water and electricity.  While these are overhead costs for some agencies, they are an essential part of our program services of shelter and food. Gifts may be made by check sent to Spooner House or securely online via PayPal by clicking the "Donate" button to the right.
Area Congregations Together
Our Mission
Spooner House is operated by Area Congregations Together, Inc. with the mission of providing food, shelter and support services to people in need. All of our energies are devoted to helping our clients establish a self-sufficient living situation. We recognize the dignity of our clients, we give them our respect and we deliver our services without proselytizing.
Volunteer Opportunity: 
Cook and serve an evening meal for Spooner House residents
Sign up for an "Open Night"! Spooner House has a great crew of community groups and area congregations that diligently prepare the evening meal on the same day each month though several times a month we do have "Open Nights" we look to fill. The volunteer opportunity would include: preparing a menu, bringing in the food, and then using our kitchen to prepare and serve the dinner meal for our residents (30-40 people).

Interested? Contact Kate at kpipa@actspooner.org or (203) 225-0453 x 102.

We are looking to fill the following dates:
Shelton Youth2Youth volunteering at Spooner House on February 8, 2017
20th Annual Spooner House Walk Planned for May 20th!
Help Us Earn Grant Money! Voting Open Until March 31st.
Vote for Spooner House in the 8th Annual Ion Bank Community Awards Program!
Must be an Ion Bank customer to vote. Click here to vote.
Interested in getting involved with the planning committee
or want to know about sponsorship or volunteer opportunities?
Contact Kate at kpipa@actspooner.org or 203-225-0453  x102.

Visit our Walk website here to sign up to participate!
All dates have been filled!
Saturday, April 1
Monday, April 10

Thank you everybody who contributed to Valley Has a Heart 2017!
Saturday, May 6
Thursday, May 25
Friday, May 26
Monday, May 29​

We are extremely grateful to the individuals and following groups that volunteered to help make this event a success: Church of the Assumption Youth Group, Holy Rosary Confirmation Class, Seymour United Methodist Church, Shelton High School National Honor Society, Shelton High School Boys Lacrosse Team, Sound Tigers Booster Club, and Young Emerging Professionals of the Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce.

Thank you everybody who contributed to help us reach our goal to refill the shelves of the 
Valley Food Bank at Spooner House!
Saturday, March 4 was a frigid day but with the help of over 75 volunteers at 3 Stop & Shop sites around the Lower Naugatuck Valley and many generous contributors, we were able to collect over 5,000 non-perishable food items and $5,000 for our 15th annual event!