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Danbury Corps

15 Foster Street
Danbury, CT 06810
Fax: (203)748-8823

Corps Officers: Majors Todd & Rosemarie Hughes

Lieutenant Santiago

Assistant Corps Officer: Lieutenant Jose Santiago

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9:30 AM – Sunday School
11:00 AM – Holiness Meeting
1:30 PM – Prayer/Bible Study (Spanish)

6:00 PM – Supper Club

6:00 PM – Prayer/Bible Study (English)

6:00 PM – Teen Club

Twice a Month (First and Third) 9:00 AM - Men’s Club

Community Emergency Assistance
Monday to Friday – 9:30 to 11:45 AM, also Tuesday and Wednesday – 1:30 to 3:30 PM Food, Rental, and Utility Assistance
Monday and Thursday – 1:30 to 3:30 PM Clothing Vouchers

Advisory Board
Third Thursday Each Month – 8:00 AM
The Advisory Board assumes a liaison role between The Salvation Army and community. The Board enhances relationships between the Corps Officers and area leaders of government, business, and nonprofit organizations.

The Right Place
Mondays to Fridays – 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM
The Right Place’s primary purpose is to provide a quality preschool program so that children develop necessary skills to further lifelong learning. Staff is committed to providing families with quality services that promote the development of their children in a clean, safe, and healthy environment, which has been accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).

Holiday Assistance
Contact for Details
Assistance provided during the holiday season, including Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter, such as food, toys, holiday gifts, and more, via an Angel Tree program, donations, and other means.

Youth Camp
Contact for Details
The Salvation Army offers a one-week summer camp for children ages 7 to 15 at its Camp CONNRI in Ashford, Connecticut.

Recent News

Savings Bank of Danbury(L-R Judy Haskins-Conde – Vice President, Controller Savings Bank of Danbury; Danbury Corps Officer Captain Todd Hughes and Kathy Romagnano – President and CEO, Savings Bank of Danbury. Judy Haskins-Conde is also a member of The Salvation Army Danbury Advisory Board.)

Partners in the Community (Video Link Inside)

The Savings Bank of Danbury and The Salvation Army

DANBURY - As someone once said, “It takes a village to raise a child.” In Danbury, the partnership between the Savings Bank of Danbury and The Salvation Army has never been stronger and as a result of this strong partnership, many children and families have benefited. The relationship has grown over the years and the true winners have been people in need in Danbury and the surrounding community.

Major Todd Hughes, Salvation Army Commanding Officer in Danbury, has watched the relationship between both parties prosper. As the demand for services have increased during the recession, the Bank has stepped up their effort to support organizations like The Salvation Army. Major Hughes reflects, as well as a great video clip...


Statewide Drill

Salvation Army Participates in Disaster Drill
to Prepare for Hurricane Season

Torrington - A two-day, statewide emergency preparedness drill designed to enhance mass care planning, readiness, and disaster awareness at all levels of government and the state’s utilities took place on Saturday, June 21, and Monday, June 23, at the Torrington Middle School in Torrington, Connecticut. Read about how The Salvation Army participated...

Food Drive(Captains Hughes with Jim Bartlett, surrounded by food donations!)

Post Office Delivers...

With Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive!

DANBURY - Every second Saturday in May, letter carriers in more than 10,000 cities and towns across America collect the goodness and compassion of their postal customers, who generously participate in the National Letter Carriers (NALC) Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive - the largest one-day food drive in the nation. Led by letter carriers represented by the NALC, with help from rural letter carriers, other postal employees, and volunteers, the drive has delivered more than one billion pounds of food over the past 20 years. What food piled up and over a basketball backboard looks like...

Breakfast(Geoff Herald, Michele Ferraro, Kelly Black, Suzy Almeida, & Captain Todd Hughes.)

Danbury Breakfast Fills the Hall

Another great turnout to support The Salvation Army!

DANBURY – Advisory Board Chair and Danbury Fire Chief Geoff Herald welcomed a full house to the Annual Salvation Army Community Breakfast and Fundraiser at Anthony’s Lake Club on Friday, April 25. As always, the room was occupied with guests, dignitaries, friends, and supporters of the Danbury Salvation Army, each prepared to celebrate the good work of the Army. Event details and who was recognized...

Savings Bank of Danbury(L-R Jim Gordon, Director of Public Relations and Marketing for The Salvation Army; Judy Haskins-Conde – Vice President, Controller Savings Bank of Danbury; Danbury Corps Officer Captain Todd Hughes and Kathy Romagnano – President and CEO, Savings Bank of Danbury. Judy Haskins-Conde is also a member of The Salvation Army Danbury Advisory Board.)

Savings Bank of Danbury Foundation
Awards $146,610 to 53 Agencies

Salvation Army Danbury and Waterbury Recognized

DANBURY - The Savings Bank of Danbury Foundation presented a check at their January reception in the amount of $6,500 for The Salvation Army’s Danbury Corps Community Emergency Assistance Program and also awarded $2,000 to support The Salvation Army Waterbury Family Emergency Shelter. The checks were presented by President and CEO Kathy Romagnano, who was thrilled to have a record amount of money to present to the nonprofits invited to the ceremony.

Salvation Army Danbury Corps Officer, Captain Todd Hughes, said, "We are so grateful to the Savings Bank of Danbury for their support. Throughout the year, the Bank is always there to help. Baskets of food at Thanksgiving, toys at Christmas and generous donations like this help keep us going throughout the year. More about the Savings Bank of Danbury...


Bell Ringing the United Way

DANBURY - The United Way of Western Connecticut's Chief Executive Officer, Kim Morgan, and staff help support The Salvation Army in Danbury by ringing the bell at the Danbury Fair mall! This is another great example of the nonprofit community helping each other this holiday season. To the many groups and volunteers that make our Red Kettle Campaign a success, thank you.


Fruit Baskets(Employees from the Savings Bank of Danbury prepare a basket.)

61 Thanksgiving Fruit Baskets Distributed

Thanks to Savings Bank of Danbury

DANBURY - Employees from the Savings Bank of Danbury donated 61 Thanksgiving Fruit Baskets to Danbury Towers through The Salvation Army, continuing a 10-year tradition at the bank. The 61 fruit baskets delivered were a 39 percent increase over last year. Caption and picture from The Commercial Record...



Danbury Kettles(L-R Warren Levy, Danbury Councilman and Salvation Army Advisory Board Member, Captain Todd Hughes, and Mayor Mark Boughton get the 2013 kettle season off to a strong start!)

Mayor Boughton Kicks Off Red Kettle Campaign

DANBURY – Mayor Mark D. Boughton joined The Salvation Army in City Hall on Thursday, November 7, to celebrate the 2013 Red Kettle Campaign. With a Salvation Army Ensemble playing traditional Christmas music in the background, Mayor Boughton rang the bell and made the first contribution to put this year’s campaign in motion! Captain Todd Hughes, Salvation Army Danbury Corps Officer, spent a few minutes recounting the history of the red kettle and then thanked the Mayor for participating in the ceremony and for all of his support throughout the year.

Nationally, Americans generously contributed over $148 million to the Red Kettle Campaign last year. What Danbury raised and some history...

Fire Prevention Week

Turning Community into Learning Opportunities

Fire Department Educates The Right Place Again

DANBURY – October 7 through 11 was "Fire Prevention Week" and The Salvation Army in Danbury cannot think of a better way to teach kids about fire safety than to have firemen visit the children of its The Right Place, early-learning program, each year.

Once again, the firemen from Engine 8 arrived early in their big, bright, and red fire truck, jumping into the job just like firemen do, this time as educators! What they taught the children and reactions...

Danbury Breakfast 2(Warren Levy and Annual Breakfast Chairman Ken Saloom greeting guests as they arrived at Anthony’s Lake Club.)

What's for Breakfast?

Bacon, Eggs, and a Great Time!

DANBURY – If the Danbury Salvation Army Annual Breakfast isn’t already on your calendar for next year… you could really miss out on a fantastic, fun-filled, and first-class event! This year’s feast was held on April 26 at Anthony’s Lake Club on a gorgeous, spring morning. The weather was perfect. The venue was beautifully decorated. The food was wonderful (there was certainly more than just bacon and eggs). The guests and the event were also truly… first class! Details on this terrific event...


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