About Us

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How We're Helping

  We are a community-based organization (Churches, Mental Health, Social Services, Enfield Police Dept, Youth service and, Businesses)   focused on helping make the world around us a better, happier place. With the help of our tireless staff, we organize fundraisers, exciting community-building events, and in-depth training sessions for our volunteers.  Pictures to left Enfield Safe Harbor Presents at Asnuntuck Community College  during Celebration of black History month  Feb 26 2020 , board member George Brennan pictured

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Get Involved

We are open during   COVID19 pandemic   to serve our Enfield homeless.  Are you passionate about what we're doing? Let us know! We are always looking for volunteers to help us make our vision a reality. We'll help you find a way to volunteer that best suits you. We're excited to have you join the team!

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Thank You Elks Club

  

Enfield Elks delivered three truckloads of supplies  to the Enfield People for People Safe Harbor Warming Center on Dec.  20th. Brand new items included sleeping bags and large plastic totes  with wheels to hold personal belongings. The donation was made possible  by a $2,500 grant from the Elks National Foundation. The Warming Center,  located at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church on Hazard Ave., accommodated  722 guests in 2019 between mid-January and the end of March. Our Lodge  also donated $2,000-worth of supplies and personal items to the Warming  Center in February 2019 with the help of an ENF grant. Pictured in the  photo are (l-r) Rev. George Brennan, Elks Dave Rancourt, Rob Say, Dawn  Ezold, Lori Percoski and Don Percoski, DDGER, PER, Warming Center staff  Lorraine Creedon and Sue Carllo, Enfield Elk Laura Ennis and Jacob  Carlton, grandson of Trustee Mike Helechu.

  


Donations

Enfield Safe Harbor

Enfield Elks Lodge 2222

Enfield Safe Harbor

 Enfield Elks Support Enfield Safe Harbor Warming Center 

 

Members of Enfield Elks Lodge 2222 delivered a trailer-load of supplies to the Enfield Safe Harbor Warming Center at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church on Hazard Ave. on  Feb. 21st. The donation, made possible by a $2,000 grant from the Elks  National Foundation . 

 

Thanks

Enfield Elks Lodge 2222

Enfield Safe Harbor

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  Members of the Warming Center’s Board of Directors were on hand to receive the delivery.  

Enfield Elks Lodge 2222

Enfield Elks Lodge 2222

Enfield Elks Lodge 2222

The Enfield Elks Lodge supports a number of lo
cal charities,

 The Enfield Elks Lodge  supports a number of local charities, 

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Enfield Elks Lodge 2222

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For more  information about the  Elks and the Elks National Foundation, please visit www.elks.org.


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 Donations included sleeping bags,  pillows, pillow cases, socks, under garments, juices, snacks, cleaning  supplies, paper towels, toilet paper, puzzle books and tokens for the  Magic Carpet Bus. 

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