The Litchfield Community Services Fund, Inc. is a private, not-for-profit organization established in 1967 by clergy and concerned citizens to help Litchfield residents in need by providing temporary or emergency financial assistance.
How the Fund Works
Volunteer professional counselors meet with applicants to complete a simple eligibility form. Information and referral service may be provided. All information is kept strictly confidential. Payments are made directly to vendors on the applicant’s behalf.
The Fund addresses a range of emergencies for families in need, including:
* Fuel assistance
* Mortgage, rent and utilities
* Auto Repairs
* Daycare Fees
Payments for these services are made directly to vendors.
The Fund’s Board
The Litchfield Community Services Fund board members are volunteer community residents dedicated to assisting neighbors in need when no other services are available. The board includes two professional social workers and a registered nurse.
Current board members are: Rose Brooks, Emmy Coley, Sandra Deacon, Jackie Miller, Jamie Makuc, Marie Wallace, Jim Simoncelli Jr., Kristen Orr and Michael Lougheed.
The Fund is supported by grants and tax deductible donations. For over 50 years, our community has responded generously. If you are interested in contributing to the Litchfield Community Services Fund, please click here.