Email Classifieds Submissions to admin@cpcnewhaven.org.

Summer Childcare Helper: Low pressure babysitting opportunity available over the summer for someone who is available M-W-F mornings to help watch two (2 and 4 year old) boys. Mother will be working from home during this time. 
Contact Christine Fritzemeier: 571-296-1708

Room Rental Needed: Room or efficiency apartment needed for a former member of CPC who comes up from Florida every Summer to do outreach work with Pastor Chip and The Hill ministry. Off-street parking and a safe place to lock a bicycle is needed. My previous rental fees have been around $500 but is negotiable. Dates of occupancy June 25–September 19, 2024.
Phone: 203-623-1809
Email: chazaremskas@yahoo.com

Literacy Volunteers of Greater New Haven: Our mission is to foster partnerships with adult learners, tutors, and communities that enable individuals and families to achieve educational, career, and quality of life goals. To that end, we provide two free core programs. Basic Literacy is designed for native English speakers who are reading and writing at low literacy levels, and English for Speaker of Other Languages (ESOL) is intended for adults who need to speak, read, write, and understand English.
Adults tutor these students year-round in locations where they live and work. To learn more about us, you can visit our website.

The Samaritan’s Purse Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) is a roster of on-call medical and non-medical staff members who serve 1-2 times a year for 3-4 weeks at a time in international disaster response, meeting the needs of people in the name of Jesus. If you are interested in applying to the program, please reach out to CJ Hinshaw at chinshaw@samaritan.org or visit samaritanspurse.org/DART.

Retirement Info from Caring.com: Retirement is a significant event in a person's life, beginning a new chapter filled with opportunities for personal growth, relaxation, and community engagement. For many seniors, the traditional notion of retirement communities, focused on leisure and care services, may only partially satisfy their need for intellectual stimulation and an active social environment. This is where university-based retirement communities (UBRCs) come in. To help seniors consider a retirement community that fosters lifelong learning, we created a guide that provides information about university-based retirement communities and delves into their unique features, benefits, and considerations for choosing the right UBRC. You can view it here.

Car Needed for CPC in the Hill Member: One of our long time members in the CPC Hill community is experiencing significant car issue which effects their work. If anyone has an old car they would want to donate, or sell for a very reducded price, please contact our pastor in the Hill Chip Anderson (ChipCPCtheHill@gmail.com).

Yale Employee Spouse Needs a Liver Transplant: Alberto Montalvo is being treated for liver cancer and desperately needs a living donor for a liver transplant. If you or someone you know is interested in information on becoming a living donor more information can be found here.

Art Teacher All Mediums: For home school students and studio art lessons for middle and high school students through adult. Call: Elena Gerard 203-767-2333.

Volunteer to Help Children Learn to Read: Experience Corps is an intergenerational volunteer program helping children learn to read. Children need reading tutoring now more than ever and they are recruiting older adult volunteers for next school year. For more info contact Tom here or visit their website.

Right at Home: Right at Home of New Haven County, an in home care and assistance agency currently has opportunities for: Certified Nurses Aides. We are actively hiring for Hourly, Live-in and Extended Shift Positions. For more info check out our flyer here.

Community Soup Kitchen: Community Soup Kitchen offers meals five days a week in their dining room and support three satellite breakfast programs at local churches. They also support a twice-weekly lunch for women and children, and cover the summer closure of a local Wednesday lunch program by serving meals on the New Haven Green. Their clients include homeless, low-income, and other marginalized groups, and are committed to serving all who come to us. To donate to them in this challenging time click here.