Kids Summer Cafe Kick Off Event Volunteers

Volunteers are needed for June 17th. The Kids Summer Cafe Kickoff Event leads into the Kids Summer Cafe where free lunches are given out to children 18 years and younger throughout Attleboro during the summer.

At the kickoff there will be games, activities and food for all that come.
 Saturday June 17th

 Balfour River Park and the Attleboro Library

11-1pm.

Copy and paste the following link to see what volunteer opportunities are available
http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0f4eabac22a0fd0-ksckick

Any questions please call 508.222.2933 or email foodnfriends1@gmail.com

Food n’ Friends Spring Benefit: Hunger to Hope

On May 21st, 2017 we will hold our Food nā€™ Friends Spring Benefit: HUNGER TO HOPE.  A celebration of spring with dinner, dancing and auction will be held at Hillside Country Club, 82 Hillside Ave., Rehoboth, MA. All proceeds will support hunger relief for children, adults, and families in our Food nā€™ Friends Kitchens.  

 If you have any questions please call the office at 508-222- 2933.

 We hope to see you there!!

 

 

Directions to the Hillside Country Club

Hillside Country Club

82 Hillside Avenue

Rehoboth, MA 02769

From Attleboro Area

Route 152 south to Baker’s Corner, left on Pine Street, continue on Pine Street to Channel 64 TV station, proceed on Pine Street which bears left at TV station approx. 1.5 miles. Turn onto Hillside Ave. on left and the Country Club is approximately 1 mile on the left.

From Providence Area

Interstate 195 east to Exit 1 in Mass. Turn left at end of Exit (114A) continue through to Route 44 ā€” right on 44 east. About 1 mile into Rehoboth watch for Route 44 recreation center on right, take next left, River Street, to four-way stop, proceed on River to next left which is Hillside Avenue. The Country Club is approximately 1 mile on the right.

 

 

 

Souper Bowl of Caring January 8 – February 5, 2017

Help and join us in raising awareness and funds for the hungry in our local area.  

Will you please help by inviting your congregation, business or group to take up a collection on or near Super Bowl Sunday?  

How can you help?

*Raise money for Food n’ Friends by putting out a can or pot from January 8 ā€“ February 5

     (food can be purchased from the Greater Boston Food Bank for less than 40 cents per     pound)     

            *Accept canned goods to donate to Food n’ Friends for the kitchens and emergency food

Every penny collected can be donated directly to Food n’ Friends . The Souper Bowl of Caring will help show us the impact our individual efforts have made as they keep a national tally and share it on their website www.souperbowl.org  

 

To learn more about Food n Friends Souper Bowl of Caring visit our Souper Bowl of Caring page at https://souperbowl.org/collections/view/367708.  If you would like to donate on line please go to “Promote” and make an online donation

Thank you for your help.

 

Volunteers

Thinking of volunteering for the local soup kitchen?

Volunteers Needed For The Holiday
by Steve Wright

If the holidays were a family:
Christmas might be the father,
Thanksgiving the mother,
New Years the grandpa,
Easter the grandma.

Then we have Labor Day,
Veterans Day, Memorial Day,
4th of July, one for St. Patricks
And many more…

The good news is that we have plenty
of volunteer opportunities for
the entire family of holidays.

Using my silly family metaphor;
we are currently looking for people
to volunteer between grandpa and grandma.

Family Cafe Cook Volunteers

Volunteers are needed to help with cooking at the Second Congregational Family Cafe on every 2nd Wednesday of the month starting Wednesday Dec. 14.  Time: 2pm – 6:00pm.  

The Family Cafe serves low-income families a hot nutritious meal in a family friendly atmosphere.

if interested please call 508.222.2933 or email foodnfriends1@gmail.com