Posted on December 21, 2021
TORRINGTON, Conn. – “The Gathering Place” received a $1,000 donation from Spectrum to support its programming and services. The ceremony was held on Friday, December 17, with the presentation of the check to “The Gathering Place.” State Representative Jay Case (R-Winsted) participated in the community event.
New Beginnings, a non-profit, is the sponsoring organization of The “Gathering Place” – a drop in center for the homeless. The “Gathering Place” services as the local point of entry for all homeless, serving all 26 towns in Litchfield County. Open every weekday, we offer supports ranging from a hot shower to washing clothes to securing housing too homeless individuals and families. Most importantly, we offer HOPE and new beginnings. More information about The “Gathering Place” can be found here.
“Thank you Spectrum for your generosity! This donation will further our efforts in providing services to our clients, helping the greater community and accomplishing our mission,” said Nancy Cannavo, President for The Gathering Place.
“In this ever changing environment we know we can count on the generosity of Spectrum for their continued support in Litchfield County helping non-profit organizations like The Gathering Place in their mission to helping homeless individuals and families,” said State Rep. Jay Case.
“Spectrum is proud to lend support to organizations, like The Gathering Place, and the important work they do in communities,” said Camille Joseph, Group Vice President, State Government Affairs for Charter Communications. “Together, we’re building stronger communities where our customers and employees live and work across America.”