At Home In Darien is driving a brand new Chrysler 300, 4-door all-wheel drive sedan generously donated by the Darien Foundation for Technology & Community.
The new car replaces an aging sedan and allows Darien residents to travel in style, in a safe, comfortable, fuel efficient vehicle.
— An announcement from At Home in Darien.
“We are thankful to the Darien Foundation for Technology & Community, and their charitable donors, who provided funding for this beautiful new vehicle that will enhance the services we offer Darien residents,” said Gina Blum, Executive Director of At Home In Darien. “The new sedan is a great benefit to the entire community.”
At Home In Darien provides rides to seniors and the disabled. The new sedan and the handicapped accessible minivan are on the road Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
At Home In Darien provides passengers with reliable transportation by professional drivers wherever they need to go within Darien, Stamford, New Canaan and Norwalk. To arrange a ride, please call 203-655-2227.
“Thanks to the tremendous generosity of our donors, the Darien Foundation is pleased to be able to donate this new vehicle so that At Home In Darien can provide vital transportation to Darien Seniors who wish to remain in their own homes,” said Pam Dysenchuk, executive director of the Darien Foundation.
The mission of the Darien Foundation for Technology & Community is to provide private funding for technology and capital projects that will benefit the citizens of Darien.
At Home In Darien is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, funded by the support of donors.
Their mission is to help older adults in Darien to live independently, comfortably and with dignity in their own homes for as long as possible. For information concerning services, please call 203-655-2227 or visit the organization’s website.