St Lukes Lifework Womens Shelter - Stamford, CT

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8 Woodland Place
Stamford, CT 06902
: (203) 388-0170 ‎
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Description: St. Luke's LifeWorks is one of the largest providers of services to the homeless in Connecticut and the largest in lower Fairfield County. In total, we house approximately 240 people each night and serve 500-600 people each year.

he second is the scope of people whom we serve. By serving single women, families, people with mental illness, and persons living with HIV/AIDS, we work across the spectrum of people who are homeless rather than just one segment.

Volunteers Requests by St Lukes Lifework Womens Shelter: Volunteers are needed to help pickup and deliver donations of furniture to people moving out of homelessness and into homes using their own vehicle.

Donation Requests by St Lukes Lifework Womens Shelter: Upright Commercial Freezer
Laptop computers for students in the Life Long Learning Program

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