Community Partners

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Christ Episcopal CHurch

Since 1977, we have been generously supported by a deep and ongoing partnership with Christ Church. We share our main dining room, kitchen, and office space with the Christ Church parish hall. The rector of Christ Church serves as a member of our Board of Directors.


Connecticut Food Bank

We receive food from the Connecticut Food Bank every week.


The Community Foundation for Greater NEw Haven

We are incredibly grateful for the continued support from CFGNH, which provides us with financial support and continuing education for our staff.


Hypertension Awareness & Prevention Program at Yale

Monday through Thursday, we serve as a live classroom site for pre-med students at Yale who give blood pressure screenings to our guests.

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Stop and Shop

We are grateful to the Whalley Ave. Stop and Shop location for their daily donations of unsold baked goods. Their gifts are always a hit with our guests!


St. Hilda’s House

Every year, we host an intern from St. Hilda’s House, a branch of the Episcopal Service Corps. Our St. Hilda’s House interns are a critical part of our regular operations. Their duties range from grant writing and development to serving on the line.


St. Paul’s AME Church

St. Paul’s African Methodist Episcopal Church hosts breakfasts on Friday mornings.

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St. Martin DePorre’s Church

St. Martin DePorre’s Church hosts breakfasts on Tuesday mornings.


Sunrise Cafe

Sunrise Cafe provides free breakfast to the New Haven community Monday through Friday. We have partnered with them for years to coordinate pickups and share resources.


Yale-New Haven Hospital

We regularly receive bountiful gifts of unserved food from Yale-New Haven Hospital. Their generous gifts are always a special treat for our guests.


AIDS Project New Haven

Our main dining room regularly serves as a satellite site for AIDS testing.

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St. Luke’s Episcopal CHurch

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church hosts our two weekly lunches for women and children and serves as one of our breakfast sites. Their generous support of our mission allows us to serve hundreds of additional meals every month.

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Ferraro’s Market

Ferarro’s Market donates unsold food to us every week. Their generous support allows us to serve gourmet meats and fresh veggies to our guests that we wouldn’t be able to afford otherwise.


Cornell Scott Hill Health Center

Every Tuesday and Thursday, we welcome a nurse practitioner and a social worker from Cornell Scott Hill Health center to our main dining room meet with our guests after lunch.



Once a month, we table at the CitySeed Farmer’s Market at Wooster Square to raise awareness for food insecurity.



We regularly welcome volunteers from Turnbridge Young Adult Drug Rehab to help serve lunch at our main dining room.