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Honey Can Do…Did!

Sandy Kennedy, the Tampa Bay End 68 Hours of Hunger pantry coordinator became aware that some of the children that walked home from school were having trouble getting their food home. One of the social workers suggested a pull along type grocery cart. She found one called the Rolling Fabric Fold Up Bag Cart sold by the Honey Can Do...  Read More

Why You Should Attend Portsmouth’s Soup Tasting Event

Delicious Soup, Cold Beer and Warming Entertainment! Come get your fill of warm, delicious, unlimited soup samples, music and cheer at the must attend event of the winter, Soup’s On! Bring friends and family to sample over 30 varieties of delicious unlimited soup samples, all while enjoying craft beers provided for purchase by Sam Adams and...  Read More

COAST Bus Fare Drive Will Support Six Communities

COAST, the Cooperative Alliance for Seacoast Transportation, is holding a bus fare drive to support End 68 Hours of Hunger! On Tuesday, February 28th, COAST will donate all of the collected bus fares to our organization, as well as donated food items from a month long food drive held among COAST employees. Since COAST operates in...  Read More

Shop for A Cause!

Northwood Fundraiser LuLaRoe independent retailers are offering their support by hosting a pop-up boutique fundraiser on Saturday, February 18th from 11am-2pm, Northwood Congregational, 881 First Turnpike, Northwood, NH. There will be multiple consultants under one roof with thousands of pieces of clothing to choose from! LuLaRoe is an online and in-home retailer that sells comfortable, stylish...  Read More

48 Million Americans Suffer Food Insecurity!

This article, fairly recent, shows some of the factors surrounding hunger in America.  Please use this link to get educated about the challenge that End 68 Hours of Hunger faces!   Thank you!   http://www.alternet.org/food/48-million-americans-suffer-food-insecurity-heres-what-needs-happen  Read More

Why should I become an End 68 Hours of Hunger Volunteer?

There are many good reasons to volunteer, but when you volunteer with End 68 Hours of Hunger, you feed more than children, you feed the community and you feed your spirit! You become an inspiration; You influence others; You make a difference, to a child, and to the community; You become better connected to the...  Read More

Wolfeboro to Host Crockpot Fundraiser

Bring your family for a sampling of New Hampshire comfort food and desserts! A Crock Pot Cookoff to raise money for Wolfeboro End 68 Hours of Hunger. 2nd Annual Crockpot CookOff Saturday, Jan. 28, 6:00-8:00pm Abenaki Recreation Center Ski Lodge Wolfeboro, NH Cost includes all-you-can-eat crockpot dinners and dessets. There will be a drawing for...  Read More

Vacaville End 68 Hours of Hunger featured in local magazine

November/December issue of Vacaville Magazine.   End Hunger by Cindy Christison End 68 Hours of Hunger is a not-for-profit effort to confront the 68 hours of hunger experienced between Friday lunch and Monday breakfast by food-insecure school children. While the non-profit began in New Hampshire in 2011, our chapter began in Vacaville in December 2013 at...  Read More
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