Winter can be difficult for vulnerable populations, so we are very pleased that the city of Attleboro is providing a warming shelter this year for the homeless population. It will run out of the West Street Fire Station in Attleboro from 6 pm to 7 am. The Warming center is weather dependent, opening only when temperatures fall to 25 degrees or below and able to accommodate 20 individuals.
The warming center is in need of volunteers. The volunteers will work in two person shifts to oversee the guests. There will be 1 City Staff from the fire dept on call and on site if needed.
Shift 1 – 6 pm to 12 am
Shift 2 – 12 am – 3:30 am
Shift 3- 3:30 am – 7 am
Volunteers will be responsible for:
- Checking guests in/out
- Going over rules with the guests &
- Ensuring rules are followed
If you or anyone you know is interested in volunteering, please contact Pam Tarallo at 508-971- 2931 or by email at email@example.com.
Many Thanks!Warming Center Rules
2023 Clergy Gatherings
12noon on a Wednesday towards the end of the month (see schedule)
at the Sweet Community House:
Free lunch sponsored by Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative; all area clergy welcome!
Thank you for your generous support!
HUNGER to HOPE 2023
6pm, Wednesday, May 10, 2023
Lake Pearl in Wrentham
It is an honor – and essentially our mission – to be an organization to which people turn in times of need. Food costs continue to rise and many government-funded COVID benefits are coming to an end. However, thanks to YOU and our incredible team of volunteers, Food n’ Friends will soon be serving its one millionth meal!
ATTLEBORO AREA INTERFAITH COLLABORATIVE
PO Box 368, Attleboro, MA 02703
Lisa Piscatelli, Executive Director
Pam Tarallo, Food n’ Friends Program Administrator
Adrianna Clark, Administrative Assistant and Resource Junction Coordinator
Rev. Bert Coté, Chaplain
Event Planning Committee:
Leslie Courtney, Co-Chair
Ellen Healey Sullivan, Co-Chair
Lori Castro, Taryn Degon, Charlie Oliver, and Jessica Soeldner
Thank you to our HUNGER to HOPE 2023 Sponsors!