James Maroney


James Maroney



November 22, 2019

Sen. Maroney Visits Beth-El Center, Which is Accepting Thanksgiving Donations

MILFORD, CT – Today, state Senator James Maroney (D-Milford) visited the Beth-El Center. The senator recently highlighted the Beth-El Center in his small business and nonprofit spotlight video series, which is shared to constituents via email and social media. You can watch the video here. Sen. Maroney said the Beth-El Center is doing great work in the community.

“I encourage all who can to stop by the Beth-El Center and make a donation this holiday season,” said Sen. Maroney. “If you cannot make it to the Beth-El Center, there are many places in Milford, Orange, West Haven and Woodbridge receiving donations for families in need.”

The Beth-El Center is looking for the following items:

  • Paper lunch bags, sandwich bags and napkins
  • Juice boxes
  • Granola and pudding
  • Spices
  • Salad dressing
  • Mayonnaise, ketchup and mustard
  • Sugar
  • Powdered drinks
  • Coffee
  • Grated cheese
  • Hand soap and hand sanitizer

About the Beth-El Center: The Beth-El Center provides support services and advocacy to combat homelessness and hunger within the Greater Milford area. The Beth-El Center boasts a 34 bed homeless shelter, food service programs and offers individuals, families and veterans long-term solutions to help them reclaim their lives. They also provide a “No Freeze Shelter,” for those in need during frigid winter evenings and a soup kitchen supported through individual volunteers and community groups.