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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 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 High School Junior State of America preparing a taco dinner in November 2016
Griffin Hospital Wonderland of Trees
is a great success!
The sixth annual Wonderland of Trees fundraiser at Griffin Hospital collected more than $8,000 for Spooner House this year. Hospital departments decorated 3-foot tall trees which were then raffled off.​ Thank you so much to the community at Griffin Hospital for putting this beautiful fundraiser on again this year!
Thank You To All Our "Operation Holiday" Donors!

Monday, February 13
Monday, February 20
Pitney Bowes
Lexicon Relocation
SSC Security
Keller Williams
Immanuel Lutheran Church
Tutor Time Shelton
St. Paul's Church
Mead School
Riverwalk Circuit Training
Barnum Financial Group
Mohegan School
Kindercare Shelton
Zion Lutheran Church
Coldwell Banker Oxford
Curtiss Ryan Honda
Grace Communion International Church
LEX Products
PJ Salon Clients
Creative Minds Academy
Monroe Public Library
Wiffle Ball
Aquinas Consulting
Trumbull Church of Christ
The Sports Center of Connecticut
PhysicianOne Urgent Care
Sai Systems International
Shelton AARP
St. Joseph Church Ansonia
UI/Avangrid Employees
Oxford Greens
Huntington Congregational Church
Derby Middle School
Oxford High School
Great Hill United Methodist Church
Verify, Inc.
St. Lawrence School
Rainbow Girls
AmeriPath Northeast
Girl Scout Troop 60188
St. Rose of Lima Parish
Lincoln Technical Institute
Five Star Products
Girl Scout Troop 60058
Girl Scout Troop 60086
Inline Plastics
Precision Resource
Alpha Iota Sorority - New Haven Chapter
CCL Label, Inc.
Derby/Shelton Rotary
Liberty Bank Foundation
Girl Scout Troop 60459
​St. Vincent House of Hope
Aquarion Water Company
Big Y Monroe
Adams Hometown Market Shelton
Venman & Co.
Redwing Pond House Preschool
Shelton High School Basketball Clinic
Apologies if you were unintentionally omitted!
Throughout the months of November and December, Spooner House was able to meet the needs of every individual and family who requested assistance for a holiday meal basket.
536 holiday meals were distributed -- complete with a frozen turkey and all the fixings (stuffing, gravy, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, vegetables, and dessert)! 
Thank you so much to every individual, community organization, workplace, congregation, and every helping hand who made this possible, including all our wonderful volunteers!
PhysicianOne Urgent Care - Derby
Pitney Bowes "Turkey Trot" Initiative
Derby/Shelton Rotary and Liberty Bank Foundation holiday meal partnership
Spooner House Executive Director Susan Agamy (left) and 
Griffin Hospital senior applications coordinator Kim Hall (right)

Thursday, March 23
Friday, March 24
Wednesday, March 29

Thursday, March 30
Friday, March 31