“We have gathered non-perishable items from the community for years, and the recent devastation to our neighbors from Hurricane Sandy has only made the need to gather and give even more important,” said Carol Magda, community manager for CTBestApts.com. “We hope to gather more than ever, as our communities have some of the kindest people we could ever ask for, and it is always amazing how strong the charity of our residents is.”
CTBestApts is seeking donations of any kind of non-perishable food, including traditional items like canned goods, dried items and long-lasting boxed goods. The effort is also specifically looking for organic, low carb, sugar free, fat free, low fat, low sodium and gluten- and nut-free foods to help with the special dietary restrictions of those in need.
The primary donation center is located at the leasing center for the CTBestApts.com family of apartments in Stamford on Hoyt Street. Leasing centers in Norwalk, Hamden and Branford will also accept goods.
The CTBestApts family of apartment communities includes: three apartment communities in Stamford (The Townhouse, Hoyt-Bedford and Morgan Manor), one in Norwalk (Morningside Gardens), one in Branford (Montoya) and one in the greater Hamden-New Haven area (Seramonte). Each community features a wide variety of floor plans, upgraded amenities like full kitchens and on-site fitness centers, and includes many utility costs in the rent such as heat, hot water and cooking gas.
For more information or to find out what goods are needed most for donation, call 203-325-3848, visit CTBestApts.com or visit the leasing center at 112 Hoyt Street, Stamford, Conn. 06905.
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