Dear Friend of Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative,
We hope this letter finds you healthy and well. As the Season of Giving approaches, we extend our sincere message of gratitude.
Your loyalty and support of AAIC truly matters. Food n’ Friends has served more than 72,000 emergency meals since the pandemic began.
Your contribution to the 2021 Annual Appeal allows us to assist neighbors who lack the necessities of life. Please help us close out our 75th Anniversary year — ready to continue advancing a healthy, secure, and meaningful life for everyone we encounter.
Thank you for all the ways you care for our community — one meal, one kindness at a time!
Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative
Hi Friends! We made it to another year of fun, faith and fellowship. We are delighted to share the wonderful holiday events happening in the greater Attleboro area this Fall/Winter. Thank you to all the houses of worship that participated in the directory. If you missed being in the directory feel free to email us at email@example.com and we will be happy to share your holiday fair on our Facebook page.
Food n’ Friends has cooked, packaged, and served 71,541 emergency meals throughout the pandemic. This represents the collaborative support of dedicated volunteers and compassionate partners. #gratitude
Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative created the Attleboro MA Street Sheet to assist with the navigation of important services: how to find shelter, where to get a meal, where to get help, and more. Always check with the listed agency to verify current service capabilities. Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative is a member of GBCATCH: Greater Bristol County Attleboro Taunton Coalition to End Homelessness. To update resource information, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line noted as Attleboro MA Street Sheet.