The Greenwich Service Unit is a volunteer unit of the overall Salvation Army. The group meets every few months at the Bank of America on Greenwich Avenue. Its main function is to meet emergency needs of community members. It also sponsors the Boots and Shoes program (see above) and raises money for camperships, emergency care, and rehabilitation. The unit raises money in three ways: fund-raisers including Christmas kettles, an appeals program, and an endowment. Money is dispensed through the Greenwich Department of Social Services. For information, call Mary Izzo at 203-661-9299. Donations may be sent to P.O. Box 7671, Greenwich, CT 06830. You may also call Alison Brush at Greenwich Social Services Department at 203-622-3715.