Fairfield Elks #2220, established in 1961, is one of 33 Elks organizations in Connecticut and has its lodge at…More 452 Brookside Drive.</p>
<p>The Fairfield Elks describe themselves as an organization that is committed to the ideals of charity and patriotism, and one of the group's recent events, a charity ball, raised money for the Connecticut Children's Medical Center in Hartford.</p>
<p>The Fairfield Elks also award scholarships to graduating seniors in Fairfield's high schools and in early 2010 provided financial assistance to the Fairfield Police Athletic League; Operation Hope, a Fairfield agency that helps the homeless; and the Beanery, a nightclub for teenagers on Old Dam Road.</p>
<p>The Elks meet at 8 p.m. on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month at their Brookside Drive lodge, which is available for rental by contacting contact Bruce Reck at 203-335-6027.</p>
<p>Membership in Fairfield Elks #2220 requires a belief in God, a sponsor, two co-sponsors, an application with fee, and an interview.</p>
<p>The exalted ruler of Fairfield Elks #2220 for 2009-10 is Michael Michaud.</p>
The Junkluggers 11 Eliot St, Fairfield, CT06824 Founded in 2004, Junkluggers offers junk removal and disposal services throughout Connecticut and New York. Junkluggers…More can help with the removal of furniture, appliances, construction material, yard debris and much more. Junkluggers provides its customers with a guaranteed estimate prior to doing any work. The company recycles and donates much of what it removes to several different charities throughout the area.
Villa Avenue Car Wash 620 Villa Ave, Fairfield, CT06825 Villa Avenue Car Wash has been family-owned since 1974 and supports many local charities. This business is a…More full-service car wash offering interior and exterior packages. Hand polishing, upholstery shampoos and other detailing is by appointment. Floor mats, maps and car accessories are for sale inside the shop.
The Knights of Columbus Council 11077, Our Lady of Assumption is a Catholic fraternal organization that is…More dedicated to the ideals of charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism. The organization strongly supports the Special Olympics.</p>
<p>Grand Knight Sam Rizzitelli was named "Knight of the Year" by the Connecticut State Council for the 2007-08 Fraternal Year.</p>