At Home in Greenwich is a private, nonprofit, nonsectarian organization for older Greenwich residents.  Membership benefits include  a fun and vibrant social club, access to vetted services for self or home and serves as a safety net allowing members to remain comfortably in their own homes, in the community they love, as they age.  No other organization will find a reliable plumber, take notes at the doctor’s office, suggest ways to make a living situation safer, and send invitations to a wine and cheese get together! Help and information is just a phone call away.


Thank you for your support at our

6th “Come to the Cabaret” gala!!


Cabaret Event Sponsors

Marilyn & Stuart _13a4371-pat-mclaughlin_13a4259-lauren-and-david-rabin-helen-manerAdelberg
Mrs. H. Nash Babcock
Betteridge Jewelers
Richard Blumenthal – _13a4632United States Senator
Carol & George Crapple
Lucy & Nat Day
Ann & Jan DuBois
Gay & Joe Fahys
Karen & Gerald Fox
State Senator L. Scott & Icy Frantz
Greenwich Hospital
Diane & Jeffrey Jennings
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Mr. & Mrs. John Kjorlien
Kramer Portraits, Connecticut
Helen & Brian Maher_13a4276-marylin-chou-stuart-adelberg
Martine & Co.
McArdle’s Florist & Garden Center
Hawley & Jack McAuliffe
Pat & Ed McLaughlin
Paula K. Oppenheim_13a4397
Rev. & Mrs. Edward D. Pardoe, III
Elaine E. Seeds
Patricia & Joseph Solari
Sterling Care Home Health Services
Joy Ubina
Varmax Liquor Pantry
Watson’s Catering
Sarah Whittemore
Nancy and Yung Wong

(list in formation)

At Home in Greenwich is part of the  Village to Village Network .  We are modeled after Beacon Hill Village in Boston, which was founded in 2001.  The need for villages such as At Home in Greenwich is growing as our population ages.   There are currently over 100 others nationwide, over 120 in the planning stages and the numbers are constantly growing. Each village is unique to its area and resources.


Please view:

 the NBC News segment on our affiliates in New Canaan: –

And other At Homes utilizing the same model: