The Kendal C. and Anna Ham Foundation has set aside $75,000 to support food pantries in the Mount Washington Valley, as well as in Fryeburg and Bridgton, Maine. End 68 Hours of Hunger is fortunate to be one of the recipients of this grant! Grant awards range from $2,000-$7,500.
“The volunteers who staff our food pantries know more than most of us what the current COVID-19 pandemic is doing to our economy and families,” said Bob Murphy, executive director of the North Conway-based charitable foundation. “In times like this, we’re reminded of how interconnected we all are,” he said. These awards are being made with deep appreciation to the volunteers who staff our food pantries,” said Murphy. –Conway Daily Sun
Our sincerest thanks goes out to the Ham Foundation!