Beth-El Center Receives $6,250 in Funding from the Archbishop’s Annual Appeal
Beth-El Center homeless shelter and soup kitchen in Milford recently received a check in the amount of $6,250 from the Archbishop's Annual Appeal through its Vicariate Outreach Program.
This funding will help the Beth-El Center continue its mission to alleviate hunger and homelessness in the Milford area through shelter, food programs, support services, advocacy and community education.
"Beth-El Center is very grateful to have been chosen as one of the Archdiocese's funding recipients," says Jennifer Paradis, Executive Director of Beth-El Center. "Their continued and increasing support, year after year, allows us to respond to the needs of the community. This donation helps us enhance our outreach efforts and offer individuals, families and veterans long-term solutions to help them reclaim their lives."
About the Archbishop Annual Appeal
Since 1981, the Archbishop's Annual Appeal has been able to assist tens of thousands of people—regardless of race, religion, or color—across the archdiocese of Hartford with health care, education, housing, emergency expenses, and in numerous other areas. It is through the Archbishop's Annual Appeal Vicariate Outreach Program and the generosity of its donors that the Appeal is able to assist a wide array of community-based charities throughout Hartford, New Haven and Litchfield Counties.
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Milford, CT 06460
The Beth-El Center's mission is to alleviate homelessness and hunger in the Milford area through shelter, support services, advocacy and community education in partnership with the faith-based community and public and private organizations.