From left, front row, Nancy Gioielli-Wong, Bozena Jablonski, Deborah Miller, Elizabeth Boscaino, Helen Whitten; back row, Louiza Lekas, Sheila Higgins, John DiCenzo, Ellen Garcia, Michael Morris, Susan Byron.
Halstead Property’s Wilton and Westport offices set up collection boxes for Inspirica and accepted donations of new unwrapped toys that will be distributed to children in need this holiday season. The efforts were spearheaded by Bozena Jablonski from the Wilton office.
Halstead representatives said they maintain a commitment to giving back to the communities in which they are located. This toy drive brought together the wish lists of 17 children who will each receive two gifts.
Halstead representatives said they are “proud to be working with Inspirica, an organization that serves many people in need in Fairfield County and collects gifts on behalf of more than 25 Fairfield County agencies.”
Inspirica, with headquarters in Stamford, is one of the largest providers of services to the homeless in Connecticut and the largest in lower Fairfield County. Inspirica serves 240-260 people each night and approximately 700 people each year from their 10 locations, eight in Stamford, one in Georgetown, and one in Fairfield.
Wednesday, December 23, 2015