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Community Service

The Wilton Woman's Club helps our community by stocking the Wilton Food Pantry, working closely with Wilton Social Services on events for seniors, maintaining the lawn area on Old Ridgefield Road, and other projects as needed. See below to find out more! 

WILTON SOCIAL SERVICES:

  • Wilton Food Pantry

    • Time commitment:  2 hrs per trip, every 4-8 weeks (Monday mornings), depending on number of volunteers

    • Drive to The Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County in Stamford to pick up meat and produce, and bring it back to the Wilton Food Pantry (Comstock).

    • ​Click here for instructions on what to do at Food Bank: INSTRUCTIONS.

    • Click here for a video showing what it is like picking up food at Food Bank, from Good Morning Wilton: Food Bank Video

    • Play video below to see a recorded Zoom training session on what to do at Food Bank. 

    • Sign up here: Wilton Food Pantry 

    • No one under 16 years old allowed in the Food Pantry. At least one person in group must be 18 years old or over.  

Food Pantry Training

Food Pantry Training

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  • Ogden House - Cooks for Senior Lunches    

    • Time commitment:  4-5 hrs,  two Wednesdays per year

    • Volunteers shop for and prepare lunch at Ogden House for approximately 30 Seniors.

  • Ogden House  - Hosts for Senior Lunches    

    • Time commitment: 1.5 - 2 hrs, 6 Wednesdays per year, depending on number of volunteers

    • Serve lunch to approximately 30 Seniors.

  • Thanksgiving Basket for Wilton Social Services - Supply  

    • Time commitment:  2 hrs

    • Purchase an item for the WWC Thanksgiving Dinner Basket.  The WWC provides Wilton Social Services with a basket containing everything needed to prepare and serve Thanksgiving Dinner.  

 

  • Thanksgiving Basket for Wilton Social Services - Receiving  

    • Time commitment:  2 hrs

    • Volunteers receive donated food baskets at Wilton Food Pantry and organize donations.  Late afternoon volunteers help reorganize Pantry after drop-offs are complete.

  • Hot Thanksgiving Meals for the Homebound   

    • Time commitment:  2-3 hrs, day before Thanksgiving                         

    • Volunteers each prepare a portion of the meal at home, then meet to assemble and wrap individual plates to be delivered to recipients.  

       

  • Hot Holiday Meals for the Homebound

    • Time commitment:  2 hours, morning, December 24 

    • Volunteers each prepare a portion of the meal at home, then meet at Ogden House to assemble and wrap individual plates to be delivered to recipients.

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