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The Lives We ImpactAs foster parents, myself and my husband have raised 12 children. "Now we're in a position where we need help," As former nurse, I was recently diagnosis with cancer it was a major hit for our family.
For the past three years, my family has been getting help from Simon's Soup Kitchen.
"I never thought I'd be in this position, but they make you feel like a family member here," "not just as somebody who needs help. They give the children a lot of love and give them breakfast, too. What they…
STRETCHING A BUDGETFor many of the area's poorest residents, there generally are multiple needs to fill. Food, housing and utility bills stretch already thin household budgets to the limit.
Fortunately, a network of public service agencies and volunteers are often able to point folks to resources in the Attleboro area, including Food n' Friends, a program of the Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative.
On a recent Tuesday, Mansfield resident Julio, 44, sat down with others to enjoy an afternoon meal at the…
LIFE IS GOODFor Julia, who attends several soup kitchens around the Attleboro area, Food n' Friends Kitchen is an opportunity to help out as well as benefit from nutritious meals.
"I love volunteering my time," says Julia, 62, a former Mansfield resident who now lives in New Bedford. Her grandchildren, who live in North Attleboro, keep her connected to the area.
"Life is good."
Sometimes, she brings her grandkids treats, like the frosted donuts she was able to pick up at the kitchen at the…
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ESSENTIAL SUPPLIESWhen it comes to being homeless, Hank has seen the worst of it.
"The winters were nightmares," said the former Attleboro resident, 72, who spent seven years living in a tent. "The snow could be knee deep and so heavy it would bring the tent down."
Laid off from his job at age 55, Hank couldn't find work and his money ran out leaving him to live on the street. Fortunately volunteers came to the rescue supplying him with a tent, a sleeping bag and other essentials.
FOR THE KIDS"Kids are only kids once," says Mark, single father of three, who brings his kids and young granddaughter to dine at the Family Cafés every other week.
To do his share, he volunteers at the Kids Summer Cafés offered throughout school summer vacation for youngsters at city parks and playgrounds.
"We really love it," says Mark who says the periodic meals offer good food and an opportunity for diversion. "We enjoy seeing other families and it's good for the kids to be able to get away from…
MORE THAN A MEALRobin worked for many years as a dietary aide at a Boston Hospital. These days she stitches together a living with a variety of temp jobs.
Getting by means watching pennies and taking advantage of a variety of resources, including obtaining groceries from a local food pantry and taking meals at one of the Food n' Friends Daily Kitchens such as in Seekonk.
"The minimum wage goes up from time to time, but prices go up more," she says. "So I go and get as much food as possible."
NUTRITION & COMPANIONSHIPJohn, 74, finds companionship as well as a good meal at the Saturday Food n' Friends kitchen in Attleboro, a program of the Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative.
It also helps him stretch the very limited budget of a senior living on a limited income.
"You know, Social Security doesn't go that far at all," says the Attleboro resident.
Every Saturday, he joins others for lunch at the Centenary United Methodist Church.
"The food is good and it's just down the street so I figured why…
OFF THE STREETSOver the years, Rob has held a number of menial jobs. He lived mostly on the streets or in shelters until Homes With Heart, a program funded by a HUD grant, found him an apartment recently.
"Getting off the streets is a good thing, at least I'm not homeless anymore," says Rob, 51, who has never owned a car and depends on his feet or public transportation for mobility. Food n' Friends Kitchens, which dispenses free meals six days a week throughout the Attleboro area, accounts for a good part…
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Day Worker's LunchesSt. Hilary's Episcopal Church provides lunches for from 50 to 75 workers each week. These are the men who wait , sometimes all day, at hardware stores or in parking lots to pick up day work to help support their families.
Our church provides sack lunches that include a sandwich, chips, fruit, cookies, protein bars, water and often other items as they become available. We also serve hot coffee at each stop.
Several of our Sunday School pupils have helped put together these lunches. The…
One person makes a huge differenceWe made a Facebook post about having a peanut butter drive for Souper bowl of Caring and there was a sale at a local grocery store. One person asked her Facebook friends to donate $20 and she would pick it up and take care of delivering everything. That one little post turned into 840 jars of peanut butter! The ripple effect of one person is amazing!!
Matching DonorThis year we had an anonymous matching donor who pledged to match all funds we collected up to $2,000, and he did. That accounted for increased interest and our highest total ever of $2,520. It generated a lot of excitement!
MLK DAY OF SERVICEFood Pantry Donations at New Antioch Missionary Baptist Church. Moms, Teens,
Children and Guests presented food donations to church food pantry. Helped stock pantry
and other assistance as needed. Food pantry donations complied with "Souper Bowl of
Caring" national program and was be registered at www.souperbowl.org. This program is
focuses on combating hunger in America and is youth led.
Holy Cross Faith Formation Children/TeenThe Holy Cross Faith Formation children/teens did an outstanding job collecting for the SouperBowl of Caring.
The proceeds went to the Holy Cross Sandwich Ministry and Christina's House.
#1st Annual Kevin Campbell Super Bowl Soup & Sandwich LunchThe Youth Group of Trinity Baptist Church, Newton, NC sponsored the 1st Annual Souper Bowl Lunch benefiting the Backpack Program of Catawba County in memory of Kevin Campbell. Kevin was a deacon and leader in our church, but passed away in May 2015. Kevin passionately promoted The Backpack program at Trinity Baptist for many years. Kevin was an educator, teacher and principal in our local school system and saw first hand the need to eliminate hunger of young students. His wife, Kim Borton…
2019 Souper BowlWe have not yet had an opportunity to sponser an event this year but are still trying. Robert Hudgins
Souper Bowl of Caring SouperB OWL CompetitionWe had a SouperB OWL friendly competition to collect items for our Souper Bowl of Caring. As the donations came in, each team's owl flew higher and higher. Our collection was a great success and we took 1100 items to the food pantry at the local Human Services. The Sunday School kids also held a "noisy offering" at the end of our Souper Bowl where people could put noisy coins (as well as silent dollar bills and checks) into soup pots. The money collected was also sent to the food pantry. …
Souper Bowl of CaringCenter for Achievement did an amazing job collecting can and dry goods for our Souper Bowl of Caring Event. Each grade was so excited to contribute to the cause. Our 4th grade team (students) led the event and got each classroom excited about helping our community. Can't wait until next year!!
Taking Care of HomeThis year Centerville Chapel AME Church has been focusing more on community outreach at home. The YPD (Young People's Division) decided that their collection of canned foods and non-perishable items would be donated to a family in need at the church.
The previous Sunday before our collection we gave out Community Boxes as our Blitz project. The boxes included items such as toilet tissue, dish detergent, denture cleaner, and basic food products such as applesauce,…