Keeping People Safe, Fed, Housed, and Clothed
Now accepting donations!
Cornerstone's Capital Campaign aims to secure essential funds for necessary updates and expansion. The campaign is structured into three dynamic phases: the initial phase centers on the expansion of our Community Kitchen, followed by a focus on enhancing our Food Cupboard in the second phase, and culminating in the third phase dedicated to the renovation of our Homeless Shelters with a spotlight on transitional housing. We eagerly anticipate collaborating with our community to achieve our ambitious goal and strengthen our partnerships. Your unwavering support is sincerely appreciated. Thank you for standing with us in this endeavor.
Annual Christmas Party
December 16, 2023
St. Bernard Parish Hall
25 St. Bernard Terrace
The Cornerstone Clothing Bank and Community Kitchen are hosting their 39th Annual Christmas Party to be held on Saturday, December 16th from 1:00pm – 3:00 pm in the Recreation Hall at St. Bernard Church, 25 St. Bernard Terrace, Vernon-Rockville.
Cornerstone is still accepting sign-ups for their annual Christmas party. This is a FREE event! Sign up your children between the ages of 2 and 10 years old this week. The Christmas Party is Saturday, December 16th.
Get your tickets now at the Community Kitchen at 15 Prospect Street or the Clothing Bank at 3 Prospect Street.
There will be games and prizes, face painting, story-time, crafts, dancing and a family Christmas carol sing-along. We have some giveaways as well, along with a bag of new Christmas toys. And of course…Santa and Mrs. Claus will be there!
Birth certificates for each child will be required at sign up.
For more information, you can contact Christine Filanowicz at 860-870-0500 or 860-798-5026
Bryan Flint, Sr.
Remembering Cornerstone's Deputy Director
Bryan Flint, Sr. served as Deputy Director at Cornerstone, demonstrating unwavering dedication to helping others until his untimely passing in May 2023. Known for his humor and resilience, Bryan's legacy is one of kindness and compassion, leaving a profound impact on the organization and the community it serves.
Photo Credit: Hartford Courant
"Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brothers, you did it to me."