All help is most welcome!
Desperation and fear of a woman facing homelessness. Imagine that same woman holding the hands of her children as she tries to navigate the situation.
Beyond Breakfast: Upcoming Fundraisers
Road to Home at Amos House annual fundraiser/breakfast will return. In the meantime, stay tuned for other fundraisers to be scheduled. Would you like to host your own small fundraiser on our behalf, whether live or virtual? Contact us today for ideas!
Special Thanks to our Ongoing Sponsors Including
The First Congregational Church of Ridgefield, Union Savings Bank, Savings Bank of Danbury
2021-2022 Important House Update
Road to Home at Amos House is under construction! After successfully securing a sizeable grant from the State of Connecticut. In order to ensure the safety of all, there are no residents in the house now that we have begun work inside, however we expect to re-open our doors in Q3, 2022. Please reach out to Press Contact, Rebecca Cicarelli with any questions or concerns.
Read About Us As Featured in Local Press
THE NEWTOWN BEE — Newtown residents are among those directly involved with Road to Home at Amos House, a nonprofit organization in Danbury dedicated to ending the cycle of homelessness for women and their children.
The program, according to its executive director, also focuses on the independence gained from having a home and employment.
“Road to Home at Amos House works with homeless women and children, providing them shelter and the tools they need to get back on their feet and find employment,” Lisa Casagrande Koeppel said this week. “They can become independent and move into their own housing, and never be homeless again,”
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