The Salem End 68 Hours of Hunger Program has been operating since May 2014. We are very grateful for all of the volunteers who are helping with food donations, shopping, funding, and getting the word out. The Salem High School Key Club packs bags each week and our program now serves eighty-five children. These enthusiastic volunteers faithfully show up without fail and fill the bins. Their help has been instrumental to the success of our program. Students from Kindness Matters at Salem High School have been volunteering to sort food, along with Salem School District staff and retirees. Saints Mary and Joseph Parish, Rockingham Community Church, and CenterPoint Community Church, all located in Salem, NH, have volunteered a number of hours and made significant program donations as well. Our program would not be a success without all of the tremendous support our volunteers have given.
In addition, we have several monthly donors for whom we are truly appreciative. Please consider donating – it costs about $10 per week to send a weekend’s worth of food home with a child.
Thank you so much for your support!