K of C Council 14360 set to host Peachwave “Knights Knight Out”


Do you enjoy delicious soft frozen yogurt as well as helping others? If so, we have some great news for you!

Knights of Columbus Council 14360 is excited to be hosting a “Knights Knight Out” on Thursday, May 15 from 6:00-9:00 p.m. at Peachwave Frozen Yogurt’s recently-opened Norwalk location (235 Main Avenue, next to Walgreens).

It couldn’t be easier to help yourself to a tasty treat while helping someone else! Just stop down at Peachwave that evening, and feel free to bring your friends and family. All you have to do is  mention the St. Matthew Knights when you are making your purchase, and Peachwave will donate 20% of whatever amount you spend to the Knights of Columbus Council 14360 Charitable Fund. It’s that simple!  If you prefer, you can also print out a flier and bring it with you to Peachwave that night by clicking on the link below:

Knights Knight Out at Peachwave

Council 14360’s Charitable Fund helps out a number of worthy organizations such as All Saints Catholic School, Notre Dame Convalescent Home, Family and Children’s Agency of Norwalk, Al’s Angels, and Homes for the Brave of Bridgeport.


Saint Matthew Knights Pitch in to fill Easter Baskets for Al’s Angels


On Saturday, April 12, members of K of C St. Matthew Council 14360 helped assemble almost 2000 Easter & Passover Baskets that are being distributed to children battling cancer, rare blood diseases & severe financial hardship for Al’s Angels.  Al’s Angels was started in 2004 by Al DiGuido.  For years Al served as a board member for numerous charities. Having seen the good work that these organizations accomplished, Al decided to dedicate even more of his time to helping children and families in need. He founded Al’s Angels with the mission of providing moments of joy and comfort to families that are challenged by childhood cancer, rare blood diseases, AIDS, domestic violence and financial hardship.
“St. Matthew Council 14360 is honored to help a great organization such as Al’s Angels.  It was great to see the many Knights and volunteers come together to assemble and distribute over 2000 Easter and Passover baskets.  It makes it all worth it when you see the smiles on the recipients of the baskets,” said Grand Knight George Ribellino.
The Knights have helped Al’s Angels all throughout the year, particularly during Thanksgiving and Christmas when bins were filled with food to help families in need during the holiday season.