We’re Making A Difference!

Sharon Smith of End 68 Hours of Hunger ConVal wanted to share a conversation she had today with a teacher in the ConVal school district. Sharon asked if she had any feedback about End 68 Hours. Her response: It’s definitely making a difference. “I’m thinking of one little girl in particular,” she said. “She just seems so much more present now....  Read More

From the Front Lines of End 68 Hours

A school counselor recently shared the feedback of a single mom whose daughter is part of the End 68 Hours program:  “The daughter loves the easy-to-make foods, especially Ramen noodles, because she can help prepare weekend lunch with Mom. Mom also raves that the canned soups and stews make the perfect Saturday or Sunday lunch,...  Read More

Student Volunteers Inspire Girl Scout Troop

The volunteers at End 68 Hours of Hunger in Kittery, Maine had the pleasure of talking with a Girl Scout troop of second graders who were studying community food issues. The very attentive group was delighted to see that two of their classmates’ volunteerism had figured prominently in the six-year history of the Kittery End...  Read More

Nashua Teacher’s Union Donate Time & Money for their Students

School vacation week is coming. For many Nashua,NH school children, this means they face a week of hunger at home. 2018’s February vacation week will be brighter for 200 children thanks to the Nashua Teachers’ Union who donated money to cover the cost of 10 days worth of food! Teachers also donated time this afternoon...  Read More

Community Matters More

Help support End 68 Hours of Hunger Sacopee! Your vote could help us receive up to $5000 courtesy of Bangor Savings Bank. Simply click below and under ‘York County’ VOTE for ‘End 68 Hours of Hunger – Sacopee Valley’ Bangor Bank Community Matters More Voters must be Maine or New Hampshire residents. Online voting ends February 28, 2018  Read More

Give the Gift of Jewelry and Help a Community

Have you always wanted to help End 68 Hours of Hunger but you were not sure how? This may be your chance to support the Newmarket, NH community. Let’s go shopping! Tiziana Munene, is a huge supporter of our program and she also has a fabulous Chloe & Isabel jewelry business. Tiziana said, “In honor...  Read More

PBS’s Frontline Addresses Child Hunger in America

Frontline’s video from the children’s point of view concerning food insecurity. End 68 Hours of Hunger’s mission is to help the 1 in 5 children in America who struggle with this. We make a difference in the potential success of each child we feed! Child Hunger in America Kaylie’s family can’t afford a refrigerator. Johnny dreams...  Read More

A Teacher Gives Back

A teacher in the Farmington, NH school district celebrated a milestone birthday last week and in lieu of gifts, asked his family & friends to bring an End 68 Hours of Hunger donation. Between the food donated (pictured here) and cash donations, his gracious jesture will save our program $125.05! Thank you very much because that...  Read More

Calling All Princesses and Pirates!

Join us for Princess and Pirates day! This is an all donation event toward End 68 Hours of Hunger Lake County, Ohio Let us transform your little ones into a Princess or Pirate. Saturday February 24th from 3-6. Walk ins are welcome or call to book. All proceeds benefit End 68 Hours of Hunger Lake County. $10 per...  Read More

Newmarket Receives Generous Donation

Recently, the Newmarket End 68 Hours of Hunger program was beyond speechless and brought to tears, to receive a $5000 check donated by the Little Harbor Charitable Foundation.  The check was presented by the Newmarket Area Lions Club at a recent meeting. Words cannot express our gratitude! This donation will help us feed the current number...  Read More
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