Share What You Can at Hilltop Golf Club

End 68 Hours of Hunger Conval will host Share What You Can, a cocktail reception and silent auction, on Friday, September 21st from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Hilltop Golf Club,  49 High St, Peterborough, NH 03458. All proceeds will be used to purchase food  children who struggle with hunger in the ConVal school district....  Read More

Fill the Van, Fill the Shelves

End 68 Hours of Hunger in Dracut, MA is in need of donations to fill their shelves. Please consider donating during their Fill The Van event. Fill The Van Event Saturday, September 23, 2018 Hannaford Supermarket Parking Lot 301 Pleasant St. Dracut, MA 01826 8am – 4pm They will also be selling their October Calendar...  Read More

Thank You Exeter Hospital Employees!

We would like to acknowledge the generosity of our friends at Exeter Hospital, who made their enormous annual donation of 313 notebooks, 117 boxes of pencils, 87 boxes of crayons, 77 packages of markers, 72 backpacks and more, which provided every SAU16 school with back-to-school supplies for students in need!  A special thank you  to Rita Gettings...  Read More

Tampa’s Annual Food Truck Rally

Join us on Sunday, November 4th for the annual Food Truck Rally in Hyde Park. This annual event benefits End 68 Tampa’s mission of feeding hungry local school children. Event will be held at: Hyde Park Presbyterian Church 1309 W. Swann Ave., Tampa, Fl 33606 Come out for brunch or lunch and choose from the...  Read More

Summer Donations Go Back to School

It’s September and school is back in session for most children. We want to thank those who continued to donate, raise money and helped to raise awareness over the summer months.  We also would like to thank our volunteers who helped prepare for the beginning of the school year. A special thank you to the...  Read More

Gleaning Harvests for Food Equity

End 68 Hours of Hunger in New Hampshire will be one of the many nonprofits receiving extra produce through a process called gleaning. Gleaning is defined as gather (leftover grain or other produce) after a harvest, which is exactly what these volunteers are doing. They partner with local farms and farmers markets, to harvest produce...  Read More

Insurance Group Ensuring Meals for Kids

Thank You to the team members of Chalmers Insurance Group’s North Conway office for collecting food during a drive for their local End 68 Hours of Hunger chapter. Chalmer’s agents volunteer to collect food for five different areas, while Chalmers’ offices serve as year-round drop-off points.Each week, bags are packed with nourishing food and distributed...  Read More

Georgia Pacific’s Annual Donation

As our programs are getting ready for Back to School, we were grateful to receive $3000 from Georgia Pacific. Annually, they donate to end the 68 hours of hunger of American children. Many thanks to Maryanne Holton and the people who work at Georgia Pacific!  Read More

Black Belts Kicking Off The School Year Right

Lamy’s Black Belt Academy will be collecting food items to help support End 68 Hours of Hunger Conval. For the month of August, they will be collecting the following food items: Cereal, Soup, Peanut Butter, Canned Tuna, Canned Chicken, Canned Pasta, Ritz Crackers, Saltines, Club Crackers, Plastic Fruit Cups, Boxes of Mac & Cheese, Nutritional Bars,...  Read More

Nonprofit Recieves $5000 Grant and Commercial Spot

Thank you to Bangor Savings Banks Community Matters More Campaign for nominating our End 68 Hours of Hunger Program and to all who voted. The Sacopee Valley Chapter not only was the recipient of a $5000 grant this year but also funded a free 30 second commercial. We would like to thank everyone who voted...  Read More
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