Organizations We Support

We are a congregation with many blessings, and we are fortunate to be able to reach out into our wider community with love and generosity. Every year, we give 10% of our gross income to various organizations through Impact Grants. These are the organizations that our church currently supports.


Inspirica, Stamford

In 2014 Inspirica received the first Leadership Grant of a three-year commitment of $35,000 per year to Inspirica as they address the needs of homeless families.


Neighbor to Neighbor, Greenwich

Supports the inclusion of healthy fresh produce in the food pantry. RHCC also supports the agency through our Church School monthly collection of food items recommended by Neighbor to Neighbor.

Laurel House, Stamford

Supports the upgrade and maintenance of Laurel House’s unique gateway website for Connecticut families searching for emergency and sustainable mental health services; the website was launched with seed support from RHCC Outreach in 2013.

Greenwich YWCA Domestic Abuse Services

Supports a 24-hour hotline and emergency shelter for domestic violence victims and their families. After larceny calls, domestic calls are second largest in volume to Greenwich police.

Meals on Wheels, Greenwich 

Supports delivery of low-cost healthy meals to and personal contact with our homebound, primarily elderly, neighbors.

Portchester Carver Center, Port Chester, NY

Supports teen center college readiness programming for a primarily Latino immigrant population; the program focuses both on teens and their families to enhance possible paths to college.

Child Guidance Center, Stamford/Southwestern CT

Supports affordable or free child and family services to reduce emotional suffering and dysfunctional behavior, helping each child  to achieve his or her potential primarily through outpatient mental health services.

CT Foodbank, Southwestern CT

Supports the lead agency in our state fighting hunger and the largest provider of donated food; our grant specifically supports the “backpack” program and will fund 2,000 healthy food weekend needs for Norwalk school children who rely on school breakfasts and lunch during the week.

DOMUS Kids, Stamford

Supports the Lions Den providing out-of-school academic, social,  and recreational activities to middle school students at Domus’s Trailblazer Academy, a charter school for children who have not found academic or social  success and have significant traumatic individual histories.

Greenwich Adult Day Care (River House)

Supports a new twice-monthly “music therapy” program at River House, whose mission is to enrich the quality of life for seniors living with age-related needs and impairments.  

Shelter for the Homeless – Stamford (Pacific House)

Supports a center for homeless men serving Greenwich, Darien, Stamford, and New Canaan; our grant will support a strategy for affordable housing options  and client capacity development  for clients with an identified potential to end homelessness.

Family Centers – RITE program, Greenwich

Supports low-income Greenwich families by providing self-sufficiency and vocation case management and employment readiness skills focusing on the whole client family unit; RITE serves economically disadvantaged adults and teens to develop mastery of basic skills needed to obtain employment, working closely with the Greenwich Dept. of Social Services and the Greenwich Housing Authority.