The Third Annual Danbury Housing Partnership Community Breakfast will take place on October 7, 2010 at the Amber Room in Danbury from 7:30 to 9:00 am. 

The purpose of the event is to encourage the creation of affordable housing opportunities in the region and to marshal community support for implementation of the Ten Year Plan To End Homelessness.  A highlight of the program is the presentation of the Housing Partnership Awards honoring individuals, groups and businesses for their work in providing housing opportunities and supportive services for area residents.

Last year’s event was attended by more than 260 people from throughout the greater Danbury region.  Attendees included key representatives from the public, private and non-profit sectors of the community.  Proceeds from the breakfast are used to support community efforts to address housing needs, including providing funding to implement the successful Danbury Project Homeless Connect event every December.

For more information about the event or the Danbury Housing Partnership Awards please call Sue Zaborowski at 203-797-4627 or click on the following links:

Danbury Housing Partnership Breakfast        Danbury Housing Partnership Awards

The Fourth Annual Danbury Project Homeless Connect will take place on Friday, December 10, 2010 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm on the downtown campus of Western Connecticut State University. 


Project Homeless Connect is a community-wide event designed to provide one-stop delivery of housing and social service assistance to people who are homeless or in danger of becoming homeless.  The event is coordinated by the Greater Danbury Continuum of Care in partnership with the Danbury Housing Partnership, Western Connecticut State University and other community partners.  Services provided at the event include help obtaining housing, credit counseling, legal assistance, employment assistance, educational resources, Veteran’s benefits, dental services, medical and vision screenings as well as other services designed to assist people secure housing and achieve self-sufficiency. 


Last year more than 200 persons received services from the more than forty service providers participating in the event.  Guests received hot meals courtesy of the donated efforts of Walsh Catering.  Guests were also provided with clothing and personal items donated by businesses and individuals in the community.


The Greater Danbury Continuum of Care Planning Workgroup has initiated planning for this year’s event.  Anyone interested in participating in the committee’s efforts to plan and implement the event is encouraged to call Sue Zaborowski at 203-797-4627.  Please also call if you are interested in making a donation or serving as a volunteer at the event.


Please visit to learn more about Project Homeless Connect.