Person-to-Person has been awarded a $7,000 grant from the People\u2019s United Community Foundation, which will be used to support the P2P Emergency Assistance Program. Available to help low-income individuals and families at their moment of need, the Emergency Assistance Program provides food \u2014 enough groceries for clients to prepare three meals a day for seven days \u2014 as well as free, gently used clothing, footwear and small household items. \u201cWhen clients do not have to buy clothing or food, they are able to spend what they earn on other basic necessities,\u201d said P2P Executive Director Ceci Maher. \u201cEven so, sometimes people need financial assistance \u2014 with rent payments, security deposits or utility bills \u2014 and we provide that as well.\u201d \u201cWe are very appreciative of this grant from the People\u2019s United Community Foundation. Their generosity directly benefits the families and individuals who come to the agency for help.\u201d Person-to-Person, Inc. provides low-income individuals and families living in Lower Fairfield County with basic emergency services. Its service area includes Darien, New Canaan, Norwalk, Stamford, Weston, Westport and Wilton. More information may be found at p2pHelps.org.