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Administrative Offices

730 State Pier Road

P.O. Box 1651

New London, CT 06320

860-439-1573

 

Program Offices & Shelter

325 Huntington St.

New London, CT 06320

info@nlhhc.org

© 2018 New London Homeless Hospitality Center

Other Ways to Help

Gifts in kind

If you would like to donate items to the shelter, please see our list of items that we can currently accept, and then contact our donations coordinator, Barbara Perkins, to arrange a time to drop off the donation. Barbara can be reached at 860-262-1881.

We greatly appreciate the generous donation of items for our shelter. We are very limited on space and at this time cannot accept clothing donations with the exception of underwear, socks, and sweatpants and hoodies. We currently have enough of other clothing items, which is a testament to the community's generosity. 

 

The shelter can always use coffee, teas, sugar packets, coffee creamer, laundry pods and toiletries.


Do you have household goods, supplies or furniture- or even a vehicle – that we might use for our apartments, shelter or office? Please keep us in mind as you replace equipment or clean house. Call 860-262-1881 for more information.

Invite us to speak to your group
We welcome the chance to talk about homelessness in southeastern Connecticut and the work that HHC does. For more information on any of these opportunities, please email our Communications Manager or call 860-439-1573 x321.

Create housewarming kits

We house about 100 people a year. Virtually all have limited income and need help with basic necessities for setting up an apartment. You can give them a warm welcome by providing the essentials to get them started. More information.

Help spread the word

Join our email list, like our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and share our posts.

Last winter Clarissa Finco donated 41 beautiful hats she knitted herself. She told us that each hat takes about the time of one baseball game to make. What a terrific way to watch a game!