End 68 Hours of Hunger
is a private, not-for-profit, effort to confront the approximately 68 hours of hunger that some school children experience between the free lunch they receive in school Friday and the free breakfast they receive in school Monday.
Start a Program
These instructions are designed to help you start a program outside the geographical area where personal training can take place. They’ll help you get off to a great start! In addition, Claire Bloom, founder and executive director, is available to help by phone and through email, and we have also embedded videos to provide guidance.
- Watch our “How to Start a Program” videos
- Read our our operations manual
- Recruit your team and pack your bags
How to Donate
There are three main ways to donate to End 68 Hours of Hunger: You can donate money (the food in every child’s weekend bag costs about $10, or about $500 per child, not counting vacations, during a school year). You can also donate food (we’ll let you know what kind of food is needed). The last method, is through the AmazonSmile program.
Find Your Community
- Concord South
- Conval (SAU 1)
- New Durham
- Northwood (SAU 44)
- Oyster River
- Sanborn District
- Wolfeboro, Tuftonboro, Ossipee
- View all communities
Hear from our program coordinators and volunteers