top of page
Dover Dems Serve
2022-09-13 End 68 Hours.png

Food Collection End 68 Hours of Hunger

Sat Sep 17 and every Saturday thereafter

10am - Noon

St. John's Methodist Church

28 Cataract Avenue, Dover


Dover's Kids Will Thank You

by Pam Raley

Want to make a real difference to Dover’s children, right now! You can do it through our local End 68 Hours of Hunger program where your contribution of a can of tuna or a jar of peanut butter is the difference between healthy food or a growling stomach for some local children

over the weekend. The program coordinates with the Dover School System to send bags of food home on Friday afternoons with children identified by school nurses. The “68 Hours” is the time between Friday evening and Monday morning when eligible children are most at risk of being hungry. The children often participate in their school’s breakfast and lunch programs.


The first food collection of the new school year will be staffed by residents of Ward 1. Come meet your Dover Dem neighbors and make a difference in a young life.


Items Kids Will Enjoy

Peanut Butter – 18 oz plastic

Saltines / Graham Crackers

Canned Beef Stew

Canned Pasta – Beefaroni, Ravioli

Canned Soup – 12-20 oz size

Hormel Complete Meals

Macaroni and Cheese

Fruit Cups – 4 pack

Granola Bars/Nutrition Bars

Instant Flavored Rice or Noodles

Instant Flavored Potatoes

Tuna or Chicken or Pulled Pork – 10 oz or smaller cans

Instant Oatmeal individual packets

Pudding Cups – 4 pack

(Please - no glass containers or dry goods)


Dover Democrats has been actively supporting End 68 Hours for several years, through individual donations and by hosting the Saturday donation site regularly each month. We hope you will join us at this critical time for vulnerable children and families in Dover. If you are interested in being part of a host group, contact Dover Democrats.

Check out this video of Dover Dems in action at End 68!

bottom of page