Tampa Chapter In Need Of Tote Bags!

Calling all Tampa area family and friends: If you or anyone you know has these bags from past events, etc., and would like to donate them to this worthy cause, please contact us! End 68 Hours of Hunger-Tampa usually suspends service during the summer. With the surge in need due to Covid-19, we have continued...  Read More

Give Back with a Fight Hunger Bag

Each time the $2.50 reusable Fight Hunger Bag is purchased at the Hannaford at 290 North Main Street, Rochester NH during the month of July we will receive a $1 donation. Even though the use of reusable bags are on hold for use in stores, reusable grocery bags can be used for a lot more...  Read More

Support the End 68 Ball Cap Summer Fundraiser!

The End 68 Chapters of Wolfeboro, Tuftonboro, Ossipee, Middleton are launching their summer fundraiser starting July 1st and continuing through July 14. They are selling a ball cap with the ‘End 68 Hours’ logo on the front and the chapters WTOM acronym on the back . This classic, lightweight, adjustable cap is Royal Blue with...  Read More

Thank You Barrington Transfer Station!

Barrington End 68 started their first summer program this year and it was kicked off with a bang! We’d like to thank the Barrington Highway Department/Transfer Station and Recycling Center for organizing their Fill-A-Truck fundraiser, $200 in cash donations, and over $400 in food donations as well as 3 boxes of food donations given to...  Read More

End 68 Finds Ways to Continue During the Summer

With the summer in full swing and COVID-19 still to be considered, End 68 has found creative ways to continue their program even though school is not in session. recently interviewed founder Claire Bloom about ways the charity is moving forward. According to Claire “End 68 Hours of Hunger now has an online registration...  Read More

Ham Foundation Awards Grant Money

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...  Read More

Graduating Class Donates Funds to Community

Congratulations to the Seniors from Marshwood High School in South Berwick, Maine. And thank you for your generous class donation to End 68 Hours of Hunger! According to class President Ruby Albers “Instead of using our funds to get ourselves a new water fountain or picnic tables as previous classes have done, we’ve decided to...  Read More

Exeter Chapter Will Continue Through Summer

Bases on Comminity need, End of 68 Hours Exeter will continue it’s program through the summer months for the first time ever! Exeter’s chapter can now purchase grocery gift cards with monetary donations so please consider making a donation to help support this program.  Read More

450 Boxes of Food Donated to End 68 Tampa

End 68 Hours of Hunger’s Tampa Chapter would like to give our thanks to Metropolitan Ministries for the 450 boxes of food donated to End 68 Hours of Hunger and to Juneau Construction for delivering it! Metropolitan Ministries is a volunteer & donor fueled nonprofit helping homeless & at risk in Hillsborough, Pinellas, Polk &...  Read More

Thank You Tate and Foss Southeby’s International Realty

Our heartfelt thanks goes out to Tate and Foss Southeby’s International Realty who hosted a successful food drive for End 68 Hours of Hunger Rye Chapter. We appreciate all of the support, from the Realtors at Tate & Foss/Sotheby’s International Realty who gave of their time and energy to the huge number of people who...  Read More
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