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 we gave the first Leadership Grant of a three-year commitment of $35,000 per year to Inspirica as we join with them in addressing the needs of homeless families.


Carver Center, Port Chester

The primary community-based organization in the village of Port Chester, New York. The Center offers programs and resources designed to meet the educational, recreational, cultural, and civic needs of children, youth, and adults, with a particular focus on meeting the needs of underprivileged youth.


Child Guidance Center of Southern Connecticut

A professionally staffed outpatient mental health center for children and adolescents who experience psychological, behavioral, developmental, social, or family problems, dedicated to reducing emotional suffering and dysfunctional behavior, strengthening families, and helping each child and adolescent achieve optimal potential.


Community Centers, Inc.

A Greenwich-based social agency dedicated to building skills that empower clients to overcome educational, social, and economic barriers. Its comprehensive education program provides homework clubs, drop-in computer centers at public housing sites, tutoring, and summer reading programs.


Neighbor to Neighbor

Serves residents in need throughout the Greenwich area, improving lives by providing for the exchange of food, clothing, and basic living essentials in an atmosphere of kindness and respect.


Laurel House

Located in Stamford, CT, this organization provides resources and opportunities for people living with mental illness to lead fulfilling and productive lives in the communities where they live, work, and go to school.


Connecticut Food Bank

Provides nutritious food to people in need. The Kids’ BackPack Program offers a simple solution to a basic need that is not adequately met for many Connecticut children—food.  Chronic hunger has an overall effect on the health and education of one in five Connecticut children. The Kids’ BackPack Program provides children with weekend access to healthy food that helps them learn and grow.


Family ReEntry

Develops, implements, and shares innovative, sustainable, cost-effective solutions to the unprecedented numbers of people involved in the criminal justice system. Its Youth Programs provide support to children and families who have been impacted by parental or family incarceration.


Friends of Edna Adan Hospital Foundation 

Somaliland’s health care system was utterly destroyed by the civil war, leaving the country with, among other problems, the highest rate of maternal and infant mortality in the world. It is a goal of the hospital to train fully-qualified health care professionals and to train and dispatch 1000 midwives throughout the country.


Mission Grandbois

This organziation provides nutritional, medical, emotional, and financial assistance to the men, women, and children of the village of Grandbois, Haiti.


Jewish Family Services of Greenwich

Supermarketing for Seniors, a service offered by JFS of Greenwich, provides grocery shopping and case management services to homebound seniors.


Shelter for the Homeless

A safe and caring environment that serves lower Fairfield County by providing temporary housing to homeless men, striving to obtain permanent supportive housing and services for men and women tailored to meet their relevant needs, and empowering people to help themselves achieve their greatest level of self-sufficiency.


Women’s Mentoring Network

WMN’s mission is to promote financial independence and economic stability through education and employment services for socioeconomically disadvantaged women and their families. Its First Generation Achievement Program provides leadership and mentoring to disadvantaged high school students.


YWCA Greenwich, Domestic Abuse Services

The only licensed provider of domestic abuse services in Greenwich, providing free and confidential services to treat thousands of victims of domestic violence, including counseling and providing shelter for child and adolescent domestic violence victims.


Meals on Wheels Greenwich  

Provides meals to those in need in the Greenwich community.