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Healthy Family FunFest

February 26th, 2015|0 Comments

Eldon Hafford, Bread for Life executive director, offers clementines to visitors at the Healthy Family FunFest held at the Aqua Turf Club on Feb. 22. People also donated non-perishable food items at the event, which […]

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Bread for Life Appreciates St. Dominic School’s Ongoing Generosity

February 15th, 2015|0 Comments

Children filled the St. Dominic School lunch room recently not only to eat their noonday meal but to meet Eldon Hafford, Southington Bread for Life executive director. Hafford visited the school to thank the students […]

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Youth Take Action to Support Bread for Life in Generous Ways

February 2nd, 2015|0 Comments

Southington youth continue to be active in showing their support for Bread for Life and the people it serves. Initiatives during the holiday season included food collections and baking special treats.

Flanders Elementary School students collected […]

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Bread for Life Programs

Home-Bound Meals

Bread For Life provides hot and cold meals daily to home-bound residents who qualify in our community. We also deliver baked goods and groceries weekly to those who are unable to leave their homes.

Lunch Program

Hot meals are prepared and served at Bread For Life at noon daily, Monday through Friday. We are located in the Friendship Hall behind the Masonic Lodge, 76 Main Street, Southington. After a full-course meal, each client receives a take-home meal.

Senior Services

In the spring of 2006, Bread For Life began a program to deliver food to seniors. We have expanded this service to reach all residents of Southington Housing Authority communities. We have also added Section 8 housing in this program.

School Breakfast & Summer Programs

We have collaborated with the Southington Board of Education to ensure that breakfast is available to students in all Southington public schools. During the past three summers, BFL has provided a food program for children in low-income neighborhoods, who otherwise would not have any food.

What they say of us:

We are honored to help Bread for Life in their service to others!
Jim Dinnan, Boy Scouts Trooper 17
There is no way I could not do something. If God has given me a slice of bread, I have to share it.
Curtis D. Robinson, Entrepreneur & Philanthropist