Mid-River Bulletin Board
A timely event and information service for and by the communities in and around the Mid-Connecticut River Valley of Vermont and New Hampshire

Project Feed the Thousands

Thursday, December 19, 2019
26th annual campaign runs through the end of the year
Windham County, VT
Windham County, VT
Windham County, VT

 

Project Feed the Thousands, the region’s largest community food drive, is holding its 26th annual campaign against hunger in the community. This year’s goal is to raise $85,000 in cash, and enough non-perishable food items for 250,000 meals. Project Feed the Thousands will be collecting cash and non-perishable food items through the end of the year at drop-off and collection boxes at many area businesses. Tax-deductible financial contributions may also be made online at projectfeedthethousands.org, or by mail to Project Feed the Thousands c/o River Valley Credit Union, PO Box 8366, Brattleboro VT 05304. Donations of non-perishable food items to the following food shelves will also help feed thousands: Foodworks Food Shelf, St Brigid’s Kitchen, and Loaves & Fishes Community Kitchen, all in Brattleboro; the Guilford Food Pantry; Bread of Life Food Pantry in Vernon; Hinsdale Food Pantry; Our Place Drop In Center in Bellows Falls; Putney Food Shelf; and Townshend Community Food Shelf.

Any individual or business that would like to donate or discuss ways in which they can help are encouraged to contact Kelli Corbeil at (802)-380-6137.



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Mid-River Bulletin Board
A timely event and information service for and by the communities in and around the Mid-Connecticut River Valley of Vermont and New Hampshire

Project Feed the Thousands

Thursday, December 19, 2019
26th annual campaign runs through the end of the year
Windham County, VT
Windham County, VT
Windham County, VT

 

Project Feed the Thousands, the region’s largest community food drive, is holding its 26th annual campaign against hunger in the community. This year’s goal is to raise $85,000 in cash, and enough non-perishable food items for 250,000 meals. Project Feed the Thousands will be collecting cash and non-perishable food items through the end of the year at drop-off and collection boxes at many area businesses. Tax-deductible financial contributions may also be made online at projectfeedthethousands.org, or by mail to Project Feed the Thousands c/o River Valley Credit Union, PO Box 8366, Brattleboro VT 05304. Donations of non-perishable food items to the following food shelves will also help feed thousands: Foodworks Food Shelf, St Brigid’s Kitchen, and Loaves & Fishes Community Kitchen, all in Brattleboro; the Guilford Food Pantry; Bread of Life Food Pantry in Vernon; Hinsdale Food Pantry; Our Place Drop In Center in Bellows Falls; Putney Food Shelf; and Townshend Community Food Shelf.

Any individual or business that would like to donate or discuss ways in which they can help are encouraged to contact Kelli Corbeil at (802)-380-6137.



The Mid-River Bulletin Board is facilitated by WOOL-FM.
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Mid-River Bulletin Board
A timely event and information service for and by the communities in and around the Mid-Connecticut River Valley of Vermont and New Hampshire

Project Feed the Thousands

Thursday, December 19, 2019
26th annual campaign runs through the end of the year
Windham County, VT
Windham County, VT
Windham County, VT

 

Project Feed the Thousands, the region’s largest community food drive, is holding its 26th annual campaign against hunger in the community. This year’s goal is to raise $85,000 in cash, and enough non-perishable food items for 250,000 meals. Project Feed the Thousands will be collecting cash and non-perishable food items through the end of the year at drop-off and collection boxes at many area businesses. Tax-deductible financial contributions may also be made online at projectfeedthethousands.org, or by mail to Project Feed the Thousands c/o River Valley Credit Union, PO Box 8366, Brattleboro VT 05304. Donations of non-perishable food items to the following food shelves will also help feed thousands: Foodworks Food Shelf, St Brigid’s Kitchen, and Loaves & Fishes Community Kitchen, all in Brattleboro; the Guilford Food Pantry; Bread of Life Food Pantry in Vernon; Hinsdale Food Pantry; Our Place Drop In Center in Bellows Falls; Putney Food Shelf; and Townshend Community Food Shelf.

Any individual or business that would like to donate or discuss ways in which they can help are encouraged to contact Kelli Corbeil at (802)-380-6137.



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