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 in collaboration with public and private organizations.
I became involved with the Beth-El Center when a friend introduced me to Toni Dolan. I learned that hunger and homelessness are not merely urban problems; they occur in our community. Seeing what the dedicated staff at Beth-El is able to do with limited resources made me want to help. I am honored to lead a group of volunteers who are committee to making a difference.
Our current goals are to provide the resources necessary for clients to move to self-sufficiency and to assist, on a local level, in the goals of the federal plan to end homelessness.
We will be doing an analysis of the number of people served to make a determination as to whether this program should continue in its present format, or should be expanded into an evening meal that is served in the soup kitchen.
Toni Dolan has been the Executive Director of the Beth-El Center of Milford since November 2006. Toni has over thirty years experience in the non-profit sector, having served on nonprofit boards as well as holding several positions in nonprofit agencies, including Interim Executive Director and then permanent Executive Director of Beth-El Center, Inc., interim Executive Director of Interfaith Refugee Ministry of New Haven, Ct. She was also the Administrative Director for the Trinity College Community Child Care Center.
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