February’s annual Valley Has a Heart Spooner House food collection exceeded goal by nearly $2,000.
It “proved residents here are generous, despite the rough winter we have all experienced,” said Susan Agamy, executive director of the Spooner House. “We were over our goal by more than $1,850.”
Shelton residents contributed by donating 22 carts of food, and $988.48 in cash.
Stop & Shop, the event’s marquee sponsor, along with site sponsors Daniel Jacobs, LLC of Oxford and Dworken, Hillman, LaMorte & Sterczala, PC of Shelton, contributed $2,850. In Ansonia, 13 carts of food and $439.20 cash was collected. In Seymour, 16 carts of food and $530.13 in cash was collected.
The goal was to gather enough non-perishable food to last for at least two months and $3,000 to use for restocking the shelves as needed during the cold winter months.
Can still donate
Donations are always accepted at Spooner House, 30 Todd Road. Make checks payable and mailed to: Area Congregations Together, Inc., Spooner House, 30 Todd Road, Shelton. Donations may also be made via PayPal by clicking on the “Donate” button at www.actspooner.org.
Deliveries of non-perishable food items are also welcomed at 30 Todd Road Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., or to set up a special time for food delivery call 203-225-0453 ext. 102 or email Tony Vellucci email@example.com.