covid-19-travel-restrictions-sign-MadisonWith 50 confirmed cases as of April 17, Madison continues to maintain policies of social distancing and sheltering at home in an effort to protect citizens and prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community. First Selectwoman Peggy Lyons has shown outstanding leadership during the pandemic crisis, and her frequent updates are both informative and heartfelt. We appreciate her efforts to keep up safe while also keeping the town of Madison functioning through this harrowing time. Here is a list of resources for receiving updated information, finding assistance, or making donations as we work together to meet the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.  As Peggy says in her newsletters, “Let’s continue to stay safe, healthy, and at home Madison.”

TOWN OF MADISON INFORMATION RESOURCES:

MADISON RESOURCES FOR ASSISTANCE:

OPPORTUNITIES TO DONATE:

  • Community Services of Madison Food Pantry: The physical location of the Food Pantry is currently closed, but assistance continues in the form of gift cards to local supermarkets for those in need.
  • The Madison Foundation Neighbor-to-Neighbor (N2N) Program: N2N is Madison’s social safety net for our neighbors in need.
  • 4-CT Connecticut COVID-19 Charity Connection: Madison is proud to support 4-CT as it helps the people of CT – including front line first responders and their families – through the devastating impacts of COVID-19.
  • Read to Grow: Senator Chris Murphy is partnering with Read to Grow to provide books to underprivileged kids in Bridgeport and Norwalk during the pandemic crisis. Books are being distributed alongside the meal distribution programs that are already being run by local school systems in those communities.

INFO FROM OUR DEMOCRATIC STATE AND FEDERAL OFFICIALS:

ADDITIONAL SOURCES OF INFORMATION ON COVID-19: