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Who We Support

We support the food banks and community soup kitchens throughout Northwest Connecticut. Click below to see a full list

Food Drives

We have food drives scheduled at area businesses and neighborhoods. Click the link below to see where you can donate!

Donate Now

Stock the Shelves has a fund established with the Northwest CT Community Foundation. If you prefer to make a monetary donation, click the link below

ABOUT US

Stock the Shelves is an initiative started by a group of community leaders who
became friends through their volunteer activities and want to address the ongoing
issue of food insecurity in Northwest Connecticut.

The group is working with area businesses, civic groups, municipalities, schools and churches
to organize food drives on an ongoing basis throughout the year. The food is collected,
sorted and distributed to food banks and community soup kitchens in the region.

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OUR FOUNDING SPONSORS

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Stock the Shelves Founding Sponsors met on March 24, 2022 to launch the Stock the Shelves Fund (a fund of Northwest CT Community Foundation). Pictured above are (front row) Lesa Vanotti of Torrington Savings Bank, James Thibault of Barron Financial Group, LLP, Guy Rovezzi of Northwest CT Community Foundation, and (back row) Steven Roth of Elevator Service Company, Inc., Lance Leifert of Conquest and Bradford Hoar of Northwest CT Community Foundation.

COMMUNITY SUPPORT

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Stock the Shelves co-founders received hundreds of pounds of donations at the NW CT Chamber Annual Meeting.

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Members of the Litchfield County Business Professionals have embraced Stock the Shelves and will be holding food drives.

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DJ Murphy of Murphy Boyz Marketing presented Stock the Shelves co-founder John Seagrave with stickers to use on our donation boxes.

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The talented ladies at Hairspray Salon in Torrington and their clients helped Stock the Shelves with their food drive during April.

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