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Critical Goods Program Coordinator
phone extension: 17
The Critical Goods Delivery Program facilitates outreach volunteer efforts by helping them donate baby goods, high quality new and used furniture, toys and clothing from both individuals and corporate donors. By appointment, the Critical Goods Coordinator picks up furniture and other goods with our agency vehicle from donor homes and businesses by appointment. Donated goods may also be dropped off at the Covenant to Care for Children office in Bloomfield, Monday through Friday. It is always best to call first.
Critical Goods Technician
phone extension: 17
By law, Covenant to Care for Children cannot purchase "drop-side" cribs, nor do we accept these types of cribs as donations. We cannot pass along these cribs to other children due to safety issues, and as a result do not accept them as donations. If the crib is part of a larger donation, we will offer to take the crib and dispose of it for the donor.
If you would like to make donations for children to Covenant to Care for Children's Critical Goods Program, please call:
(860) 243-1806 x17
Monday - Friday between 8:30 AM - 4 PM
If you plan to bring the donations to our office, please call first to assure that someone will be available to assist you.
If you would like to have your donation picked up, our Critical Goods Coordinator will be happy to schedule the pick-up.
Furniture should be in presentable condition (not stained, ripped, broken, or covered with animal fur).
We request that you consider making a cash donation at the same time as your in-kind donation to Covenant to Care for Children to help defray the cost of running this program. All donations will be given a receipt for your income tax purposes (except donations left in off hours without contact information).
You may volunteer your time to this program to help with deliveries by following this link: VOLUNTEER