Hurricane Sandy Donation Drive - CT Food Bank

Hurricane Sandy Donation Drive

I spoke to the CT Food Bank and they are in dire need of the following: 

• Bottled Water
• New or gently used winter coats, gloves and hats in all sizes
• New socks
• Canned soup, granola bars, cereal, peanut butter, jelly, canned pasta and stews
• Instant baby formula, diapers and baby wipes
• Personal toiletries
• New blankets

FEMA and the ARC are in contact daily with the CT Food Bank. With their direction they deliver these critical items daily to the neediest in CT and to their counterparts in NY & NJ. 

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage (CBRB) offices (listed below) are collecting the items listed above through Friday Nov. 16th. 

We owe a special thanks to Greene Moving and Storage of Manchester and Kelly Container, Inc. of Suffield who have joined forces with CBRB and graciously donated the manpower and equipment necessary in getting these items picked up and delivered to the CT Food Bank. 

CBRB Region 3 Offices:

AVON - 290 West Main Street
EAST LYME - 132 Boston Post Rd.
ENFIELD - 810 Enfield St.
GLASTONBURY - 119 Hebron Ave.
MYSTIC - 3 Water St.
OLD LYME - 86 Halls Rd.
OLD SAYBROOK - 48 Main St.
SIMSBURY - 700 Hopmeadow St.
SOUTH WINDSOR - 481 Buckland Rd.
SUFFIELD - 1 Mountain Rd.
WEST HARTFORD - 36 LaSalle Rd.
WETHERSFIELD - 1331 Silas Deane Hwy.

Thank You in Advance!!

Rocco Sanzo, GRI, Managing Broker 

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

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