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Fund Set Up To Help Tenants Displaced By Delaney’s Fire

by Staff | Sep 2, 2014 4:57 pm

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Posted to: Housing, Westville

David Sepulveda PhotoCommunity Action Agency has set up a fund to help the ten people who lost their homes in last week’s fire that destroyed Delaney’s Restaurant and Tap Room and the apartments above it.

Westville Alder Adam Marchand provided the details in the following email message:

The Community Action Agency of New Haven (CAANH) has agreed to administer a fund established specifically to assist these former residents of the Delaney’s building. To make a donation online, visit www.CAANH.NET and click on the donation button for the Delaney Fire Fund.  The button directly links to a PayPal account for this purpose. 

Click here to send a donation by PayPal.

To send a donation by mail, just send a check to the following address:

  Community Action Agency of New Haven
  ATT: Adrienne Sanders / Delaney’s
  419 Whalley Avenue Suite 400
  New Haven, CT 06511


In addition to administering this fund, the CAANH is providing services to the displaced tenants by linking them to other services for which they may be eligible.  The staff who will work most closely with these clients are Jackie Lovegren (203-387-7700, Ext 245, jlovegren@caanh.net) and Melody Vazquez (203-787-7700, ext 252, mvazquez@caanh.net).  Feel free to reach out to these individuals if you have information to share with them about resources available.

 

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