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Nashua Chapter Receives Volunteer Award

Congratulations to End 68 Hours of Hunger Nashua chapter for winning the 2019 Gate City Light Award. Thank you to everyone who took the time to nominate this non-profit organization! Each year, in honor of National Volunteer Week, the Mayor’s Volunteer Recognition Committee bestows the Gate City Light award. This award recognizes an agency and...  Read More

Hannaford Supermarkets Outstanding Woman of the Year

End 68 Hours of Hunger Barrington NH chapter would like to congratulate Helen Williams of 2 Home Cooks for being awarded one of WZID and Hannaford Supermarkets outstanding women of the year. Because of Helen, her staff and her customers we start the school year off well stocked in food and monetary donations for the...  Read More

National Honor Society Gives Back

Nashua High School North’s chapter of National Honor Society hosted a N68 Pasta Party, where proceeds were collected to benefit End 68 Nashua. The event included pasta, refreshments and a gift card raffle. Community Service is a requirement for National Honor Society students. The students were able to nominate organizations to receive donations. They ultimately...  Read More

Hop Over to the Spring Craft & Vendor Fair

Spring Craft & Vendor Fair Saturday, Apr 13th, 2019, 9:00am-3:00pm St Marguerite D’youville Parish, Education Building 30 Goodhue Ave, Dracut, Massachusetts   Handmade Crafts and various Product Vendors sales will benefit Dracut End 68 Hours of Hunger. Many raffles and a 50/50 drawing. There will be coffee and donuts, pizza, soda and bottled water for sale....  Read More

Food Shaming Bill Passes In Maine

Thank you to the Maine representatives who championed this bill for our students! The bill prevents schools from shaming or stigmatizing kids in any way for unpaid lunch bills, requires all communications about unpaid lunch bills be directed at the parent (not the student), and requires districts to provide meals to any child in the...  Read More

Empty Bowls, Full Hearts

Come join End 68 Hours of Hunger, Lake County for this Community Event! Entry is a non-perishable food item and the students will be selling their ceramic bowls and spoons for a minimum $5 donation that will directly benefit End 68 Lake County. Wednesday, April 3rd, 6:00-7:30pm Shore Middle School, 5670 Hopkins Rd., Mentor, OH  Read More

Claire Bloom Speaks About End 68’s Largest Program

If you couldn’t make it in person, hear Claire Bloom, End 68’s national founder, speak about End 68’s largest program-Tampa, where people like you help feed 500 hungry kids a week! Thank you, Claire!!   If you couldn’t make it in person, hear Claire Bloom, End 68’s national founder, speak about End 68’s largest program-Tampa,...  Read More

Bring In Food to Pay Library Fines

February is Food for Fines month to benefit Oyster River End 68 Hours of Hunger! Stop In with your overdue books at the Durham Public Library, 49 Madbury Rd, Durham, NH Bring in food Items to non-perishable food items in place of library fines!  Read More
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