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End 68 Hours of Hunger
 

Dover Dems contribute every week to End 68 Hours of Hunger Saturday food donation collections. Collections are held from 12 - 2 pm every Saturday. Suggested items are listed HERE. A HUGE THANK YOU to all who join in this effort.

 

For 2021, Dover Dems are making food insecurity a cause to address throughout the year. To build on what we are already doing, Dover Dems Ward Teams are making the 2nd Saturday of each month a special day to donate. Promotions for additional donations are planned by ward on this schedule:

 

Ward 1 - July

Ward 2 - Feb and Aug

Ward 3 - March and Sep

Ward 4 - April and Oct

Ward 5 - May and Nov 

Ward 6 - June and Dec

Foods to donate:

  • 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

Items End 68 is not able to accept:

  • Oils/butter/spices/sugar/flour

  • Fresh meat/produce/milk/eggs

  • Coffee/tea/creamer

  • Seeds

  • Cleaning products

  • Hygiene/health/safety products

Please do donate whenever you can - the need is great. On your ward Saturdays, please come by right at noon for some special recognition of your ward’s good work on that day. All are always welcome!’

 

St. John's Methodist Church, 28 Cataract Ave, Dover

For more information about End 68 Hours of Hunger, click HERE

Community Action Partnership of Strafford County
 

We invite you to consider Community Action Partnership's fuel assistance program, Gift of Warmth supporting the Emergency Fuel Assistance Program which relies on private donations to help struggling families keep warm in the winter.
 

Dover Dems invites us all to make a personal contribution this year, perhaps in remembrance of a kind, generous soul. Donate HERE. Thank you.