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Dos Amigos Fund Raiser, May 14Margarita's Fund Raiser, April 22Seacoast Rotary Turkey Trot yields $9000 donationApril 2014 Newsletter NBC News interviews Director Claire Bloom Volunteer needed Help feed your neighbor, April 4, EliotVendor Bingo, April 4, Northwood • End 68 Hours of Hunger adopted by Shark Radio (102.1 and 105.3) as their Year of Service winner! Listen for our ads. • Save money on electricity and help End 68 Hours of Hunger
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Our 2013-2014 Sponsors are: Atlantic Mini Storage, Bottomline Technologies, Concord Nissan, DD Cook Real Estate, Dover Rotary, The Ellwood Kids, Great Bay Tang Soo Do, Hampton Rotary, W. Wilson Heaps, Immaculate Conception Parish, Label Tech, Caroline C. Levine, Liberty Mutual, Little Harbor Charitable Foundation, Long Term Care Partners, Lonza, National Air Traffic Controllers Assn Charitable Foundation, New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, Newmarket International, Preston Carey, Relyco, Seacoast Rotary Turkey Trot, The Shark, Somersworth Hyundai, Somersworth Nissan, Statix Salon and Spa, Thermo Fisher, Turbocam, Unitil, Wal-Mart
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Hunger at Home

From a recent UMCOR article:

According to the US Department of Agriculture, 16.2 million children in the United States live in households that struggle to put food on the table. More than one in five children in the United States is at risk of going hungry. In the United States, we produce more than enough food to feed everyone. We have the infrastructure to deliver it and stores to distribute it. Food is available. People only go hungry because they can’t afford to buy it. The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) helps address these and other causes of hunger through a grant program that awards funds to organizations that are “economic-justice oriented,” explains June Kim, executive secretary of UMCOR’s World Hunger and Poverty programs. For example, UMCOR supports the Advocating Congregations project of the Faith Action Network. In the face of economic recession and huge spending cuts at every level, this ecumenical project aims to preserve state-funded programs that help the most vulnerable people in the state of Washington. Read more.

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