Sterling House News
Sterling House launches new websitE
featuring online program registration, Mar. 7, 2019
Making a long anticipated leap, Sterling House Community Center has launched its new agency web site this week that features online program registration and payments, among many other highlights and additions.
Giving Day NumberS, Mar. 1, 2019
Thanks to the generosity of more than 50 online donors, Sterling House Community Center raised $3,411 during Fairfield County’s Giving Day held on February 28th.
Stratford Patch, Feb. 12, 2019
ConnectiCare Donates $9K To Sterling House Community Center
ConnectiCare recently presented a $9,000 donation to the Sterling House Community Center in collaboration with the Connecticut Neighborhood Assistance Act (NAA) tax credit program.
Night of Entertainment Success, Jan. 30, 2019
Thank you to all who came out to our Night of Entertainment: Motown Returns event on January 26th! We managed to raised more than $27,000, $5,000 of which is going to Sterling House Summer Camp Scholarships.
STRATFORD PATCH, Oct. 22, 2018
Local Food Pantries For The Needy
As the weather gets colder and the holidays approach, many families in our community will be in need of food, holiday baskets, and even coats. With this in mind, we have complied a list of local organizations where a needy person may find food and other necessities. In the United States of America, 1 in 5 children will go to bed hungry tonight. If you're not in need of these services, please consider donating to help other families. Contact phone numbers are included.
CT POST, Sept. 4, 2018
Fundraising drive to help Stratford condo fire victims
A fundraiser will be held Tuesday to help the two dozen people affected by a fire that swept through a condo complex last week. The fundraiser by Sterling House will be held at 5 p.m. Tuesday at the Beach House Grill at 1 Dorne Ave. Sterling House will donate all proceeds to help families impacted by the fire.
CT Post, Feb. 21, 2017
Stratford’s Sterling House Rehab Begins
Town officials gathered Tuesday morning for the formal groundbreaking ceremony to mark the start of a $2.4 million state-funded construction project that will greatly improve handicapped accessibility in the 131-year-old building, known for its staircases, doors and hallways.