Food n’ Friends is looking for a youth group or school group to help with unloading a truck load of food Sat. Nov. 19 11:00am – 12:30pm. We have a large food donation coming in from the Greater Boston Food Bank Caravan Food Drive.
Food has to be brought up to the second floor and there are some heavy boxes.
If your group is interested or you know of a group, please contact Pam Tarallo at 508-222-2933 or email email@example.com.
The Thursday kitchen is looking for volunteers to help. If you love to be around people and help this is a great opportunity.
- 18 years or older
- 1-2 times per month.
- Approx. 3 hours
- Cooking for approx. 60 people
- Work in conjunction with the kitchen coordinator
- Meal planning can be done by coordinator or cook
Dining Room Servers
- 10 years or older
- Help serve meals to guest
- Approx 1-1 1/2 hours
- Great for community service hours
If interested please call the office at 508-222-2933 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Attleboro Area Council of Churches is pleased to announce the closing of the End Childhood Hunger fundraising campaign for the Kids Summer Café with a whopping success of $20,406 raised!
We’d like to acknowledge The Law Office of Kerri Quintal, and Raymond Turcotte of EXIT Realty/Pinnacle for co-sponsoring this campaign and thank them for their generous donations of time, talent, gifts and friendship.
We are deeply grateful to Kerri and Ray and to all the wonderful people who shared so much to make this profound impact on ending hunger in the Greater Attleboro Area.
The Attleboro Area Council of Churches Kids Summer Café program is designed to combat childhood hunger when school is not in session. Summer brings a hunger crisis for many families in our area. To help prevent this, the Kids Summer Café provides free, bagged lunches to all children, three times a week at four local playgrounds.
The funds raised by this campaign will allow us to expand the Kids Summer Café program; adding a new site in North Attleboro in 2017 and will provide meals for an additional 4,081 children!
This program would not be possible without the dedication and support of many hundreds of volunteers and each and every donation. Our sincere thanks to the community for their contributions to help end childhood hunger.
We extend a welcome to people of all backgrounds, all houses of worship, and caring businesses to deepen their commitment to fighting hunger by volunteering in the Attleboro Area Council of Churches Food n’ Friends Kitchens, Family Cafés and Kids Summer Cafés and supporting true change, beginning here in our own community.
For more information please call Attleboro Area Council of Churches at (508) 222-2933 or email email@example.com
ATTLEBORO – The temperature was in the 80s and it was humid out Tuesday, but U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy III took off his suit jacket to play soccer with the children at the Balfour Riverwalk.
ATTLEBORO – Hungry children in the Attleboro area will receive nutritious meals this summer, thanks to the Kids Summer Cafe.
Food n Friends Thursday kitchen is looking for a volunteer cook for once a month. If you enjoy cooking for a large group, are creative, enjoy people and can donate about 3-4 hours per month, this is a great opportunity for you. If interested or would like more information please contact Kathy at 508-222-2933
The Second Congregational Church, UCC will host an Interfaith Ecumenical Service for the tragedy that transpired over the weekend; the Pulse Nightclub shooting is the worst mass shooting in US history. All are invited to join for a time of prayer, reflection and music.
The service will be at 7:00 p.m. this Thursday, June 16. Rev. Vern invites all to stand together in solidarity against hatred and bigotry.
If you would like to be involved in the service or would like more information please contact Rev. Vern Wright at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. The clergy should bring vestments typical to their tradition. The clergy will process together. Please light a candle or bring a flower or a simple picture to put on the altar.
The Second Congregational Church, UCC is located at 50 Park St. Attleboro, MA 02703.
Kids Summer Cafe flyer If You Saw Hungry Children Everyday, Would You Buy Them Lunch? Thousands of children in our area will be facing hunger this summer. Kids receiving free/reduced meals during the school year often suffer malnutrition and do not have enough food in summertime, seriously impacting their physical and mental health. When school gets out there is a sudden increased need for food in households already experiencing poverty, creating a hunger crisis in the summer for families in our area.
The Attleboro Area Council of Churches Kids Summer Café program combats childhood hunger by providing children a healthy lunch when school is not in session. Free, bagged lunches are distributed three times a week at four local playgrounds in Attleboro. We will be serving lunch Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays from July 5th – Aug. 18th from noon – 1pm.
The Law Office of Kerri Quintal, and Raymond Turcotte of EXIT Realty/Pinnacle are sponsoring an ambitious fundraising campaign to support the Kids Summer Café, with the goal of raising $25,000 by August 27, 2016. This will allow an additional 5250 lunches to be served! A thank you ad will appear in the Sun Chronicle and will include your name or company’s name as a supporter of The Kids Summer Café, Summer Food Service Program.
$10,000 Be an All Summer Hero $5,000 Provide Protein $1,000 Be a Hero For 1 Week
$500 Add A Day $250 Fruit & Vegetables $100 Fund 30 Meals $50 Feed A Family
$Every Donation Helps!
- Please make checks out to: Attleboro Area Council of Churches Food n’ Friends Program. Please mail donations to: 95 Pine Street, Attleboro, MA 02703
- To pay by credit card please use the Buy Now button on the right
If you have any questions, please call our office at 508-222-2933
The Attleboro Area Council of Churches is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Donations are tax-deductible.