Between November 1st and December 20th help support HCFP by returning those overdue library books!! Its that simple!
Area Boy Scouts will collect for the Hudson Community Food Pantry in their annual drive Nov. 3 throughout the town. Residents may leave food at their door by 9 a.m. that morning for pick-up. Recommended are peanut butter, canned stew, canned and boxed soups, paper goods, and any long shelf-life items.
The Hudson Community Food Pantry, Inc., was recently awarded a generous grant from the Foundation for MetroWest. Established in 1995, the Foundation for MetroWest is the only community foundation serving the 33 cities and towns in the region. They promote philanthropy in the region, help donors maximize the impact of their local giving, serve as a resource for local nonprofits and enhance the quality of life for all our residents. Since inception, the Foundation has granted $15 million to charitable organizations and currently stewards more than $22 million in charitable assets for current needs and future impact. To learn more, please visit www.foundationformetrowest.org or call 508-647-2260.
Letter Carriers’ Annual Food Drive Set for May 12 Throughout Nation
26th Food Drive Will Help Feed Needy Families in All 50 States
The Stamp Out Hunger® Food Drive, the country’s largest single-day food drive, provides residents with an easy way to donate food to those in need.
On May 12, as they deliver mail, the nation’s letter carriers will collect the donations that residents have left near their mailboxes. People are encouraged to leave a sturdy bag containing non-perishable foods, such as canned soup, canned vegetables, canned meats and fish, pasta, rice or cereal next to their mailbox before the regular mail delivery on Saturday.
With cool and cloudy conditions, Issam Krieche of Marlborough set a new club record in the annual Laborious Labor Day 10-miler on Monday morning with a blazing time of 58:05. The challenging and hilly course runs through Marlborough’s north side around the Charter Oak Country Club and finishes with a brutal, mile-long uphill on Hosmer Street. The race started and finished at Ghiloni Park on Concord Road.
The race is sponsored by the Highland City Striders and has a tradition going back to 2003 when Mark Vital started the race and its unique mission to collect donations for local food pantries. Entrance fee for runners is 15 cans of food. Monday’s race collected about 750 cans of food for the Hudson Food Pantry, according to club president Todd Kitterman.
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Hudson Community Food Pantry, Inc
28 Houghton Street
Hudson, MA 01749
Tues & Sat: 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM
First Thursday of the month:
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM