On Monday, June 3rd, the staff of HDF celebrated NeighborWorks Week with a volunteer day at the Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County in Stamford. We were joined by Judith Rose and Gillian Hedden of NeighborWorks for the day. All three HDF offices also conducted food drives in the weeks leading up to the event.
HDF offices will be closed on Monday as our staff give back to the community at the Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County. This volunteer day is taking place as HDF’s observation of NeighborWorks Week, a week where organizations that are part of the NeighborWorks Network join in celebration of our work and the communities we serve. Our normal business hours will resume on Tuesday, June 4th.Continue Reading →
(Press Release: HARTFORD) Governor Dannel P. Malloy today joined state and local officials to announce $13.8 million in grants including a $1 million grant to fund HDF’s Landlord Entrepreneur and Affordability Program (LEAP).Continue Reading →
Energy improvements are the most effective way to save money and make your home more comfortable. The average CT homeowner will save an average of $150 a month by making easy improvements like sealing air leaks and adding insulation to their home.Continue Reading →
This year’s breakfast was truly one for the record books! Over 230 of our friends, partners, and supporters attended HDF’s 4rd Annual Benefit Breakfast on April 3 at the Stamford Plaza Hotel. Speakers included Daniel Gross, our Keynote and Editor of Global Finance for Newsweek/Daily Beast, Mayor Michael Pavia of the city of Stamford, an HDF Client, and Breakfast Chairman Clayton Fowler.Continue Reading →