The Hunger Coalition helps local families experience the celebration of the holiday season
Slack is here and your work hours just got cut. Are you wondering how you’ll pull off Thanksgiving dinner this year, with only a few dollars left after being paid? The Hunger Coalition wants to help fill your table.
Holiday feasts are meant to add comforting contrast to the long, cold days of winter. If you’re facing an empty holiday table this year, know that your community is here to help.
Thanks to generous donors, The Hunger Coalition is able to provide Thanksgiving Baskets full of wonderful holiday foods: even pie. This year, The Sage School is partnering with Syringa Mountain School, Community School and Pioneer Montessori School to bake 400 homemade pies to accompany every Thanksgiving Basket. This level of commitment is inspiring and deeply appreciated!
To request a Thanksgiving Basket, contact The Hunger Coalition before November 11th. Information is available at The Hunger Coalition, St. Luke’s Center for Community Health and The Advocates, but November is already here, so act quickly! Please call 788-0121 or visit: www.thehungercoalition.org.
To donate to the Holiday Meals campaign, click here.
Thanksgiving Baskets will be given out at The Community Campus on Monday, November 23th from 4 – 6pm.
The Hunger Coalition strives to end hunger in our community by providing wholesome food to those in need and by promoting solutions to the underlying causes of hunger through collaboration, education and advocacy. For more information, visit www.thehungercoalition.org.