April 7th and 21st

Assumption Church Hall
61 N. Cliff St.
Ansonia, CT 06401

Our Philosophy

The philosophy of Master's Table mandates fair, honest, courteous and equitable treatment of all guests and volunteers. The privacy of each individual must be respected. This is to insure that each person leaves with all the dignity and pride in his or her uniqueness that they deserve.

The individuals and families served by Master's Table are a diverse population with a wide variety of backgrounds and circumstances. In your time volunteering with us, you may see or hear something that seems out of line with your perception of a "typical" guest. Considering this, it is important for each of us to always remember that appearances can be quite deceiving. While it is perhaps a natural response to form an opinion about a person based on their outward appearance, we in fact know very little about our guests' financial status and living situation. As such, all who request our help will receive it equally and without prejudice or judgment. Additionally, the people we serve will, at all times, be treated with dignity and respect. No volunteer will make negative or derogatory comments about any of our guests. We will respect our guests' right to privacy by never discussing them in the community at large.

Our mission is to feed all who are hungry. We do so willingly and with compassion and understanding.

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