Catholic Charities Norwalk Celebrity Breakfast

NORWALK—Join Catholic Charities for a festive event that will also benefit those most in need.

The 25th Anniversary Norwalk Celebrity Breakfast is being held on December 7 at Shorehaven Golf Club in Norwalk from 7:30-9:30 am. This year’s guest speaker is Father Robert Kinnally, chancellor of the Diocese of Bridgeport and pastor of St. Aloysius Parish.

Catholic Charities provides two vital programs in the City of Norwalk—Behavioral Health Services and Room to Grow Preschool. These programs assist individuals, children and families by educating and counseling them on a daily basis to help them navigate their way through life. For some, if it were not for these services provided by Catholic Charities, they would go without.

For 25 years, the Norwalk Breakfast has supported these two programs. Now more than ever the success of this event is vital as the agency strives to expand the services provided by Room to Grow Preschool to include financial literacy, English as a Second Language classes, afterschool homework support and parenting education. Catholic Charities is also working hard to promote the necessity of behavioral services throughout the City of Norwalk to help those struggling and battling mental health issues such as grief and loss, depression, anxiety and PTSD.

Valet service is included. Limited seats available. For more information contact Amy Zajac at (203) 416-1336.

Catholic Charities of Fairfield County, Inc. is one of the largest private social service providers in Connecticut. Since 1916, Catholic Charities has served all people with programs that feed the hungry and homebound, shelter the homeless, strengthen families, assist the physically and emotionally challenged, and deliver consultation and assistance to immigrants. We serve all people without regard to age, race, religion, or ability to pay. Catholic Charities puts faith into action by providing food, housing, mental health, adoption, immigration and family support services to the needy and vulnerable of Fairfield County. For more information visit: