For the past 6 years, August has held a special meaning for those of us dedicated to End 68 Hours of Hunger, Barrington. As many of our loyal followers know, The Poulin family lost their amazing little boy JJ in 2017. This year marks the 6th year of his passing. The Poulin family has been honored members of our Barrington community for years. When JJ passed, it affected so many of us that have known all of them and loved them.
JJ left behind two wonderful parents and 3 amazing sisters, all who have made it a priority to honor JJ by doing good in the community. As part of their dedication to sweet JJ Boy, each year, during JJ’s birthday month they hold a fundraiser for our program to support the children in our community in need of more food security. We are so grateful for this fundraiser and ALL they do throughout the year to support our program in JJ’s name.
I have said this before and I will say it again and again, This partnership has meant so much to our program and we are humbled by it. Many of you are aware that our program is 100% volunteer funded, we receive no state or federal support. Our program runs strictly on corporate and individual donations. Fundraisers like this mean so much to us!
Kim Gibson & Tracey Gower

Barrington E68 is excited to announce that we are now able to offer delivery of food bags for the 2021-2022 school year! If your child is interested in participating in the program but hesitated due to having to take the bag home, we can help! We have shifted some of our food offerings in order to create food variety. Our food is still 100% able to be prepared by your child! Interested? Sign up today!

Program Coordinators:

Kim Gibson

Tracey Gower

Michelle Guilmette

Address: 219 Church St., Barrington NH 03825

Team Leaders: Michelle Guilmette, Jaime Frost, Roger Gingrich, Holly Grossman

Thank you for visiting our local Barrington End 68 Hours of Hunger page. We are so grateful to those that have supported us through the years!

If you are interested in having your child join our program, please sign them up through or reach out to their school guidance counselor. There are no pre-qualifing applications needed, just your permission and approval!Food is delivered to the schools on Thursdays and given to the children to take home by Friday afternoon. The food bag contains 2 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 2 Dinners and 2 snacks that are easily prepared by your child.
If you are interested in donating to our program, we appreciate the support. Our program relies on local support, as we receive no state or federal funding to run our program! Our donate button is below. You can also donate food locally at our Public Library. Foods needed are on this webpage.
If you are interested in becoming more involved and volunteering, please reach out to Kim or Michelle at
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THANK YOU to our entire community who is reaching out asking how to help amidst the uncertainty of COVID-19. We appreciate your support so much! We will keep you all updated on our needs via our facebook page. We currently have an appropriate inventory of food and are planning on ramping it up to ensure the children of the program can be taken care of for an extended period of time. Should you want to help out financially, our largest need for protein includes; 15.5 oz jars of peanut butter, Hormel Complete meals, canned chicken, canned tuna, canned chili and beef stew. These can be arranged to be picked up by texting us at 603-767-2377 or facebook messaging us. If you would prefer to give financially, the link is provided below and we will use this money to continue to buy the food for the program. 100% of your donation ALWAYS goes directly toward food.

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