Together, We Can Solve Hunger™ September is Hunger Action Month, when the Feeding America nationwide network of food banks unite to urge businesses and individuals to take action in their communities.
The goal of Hunger Action Month is to mobilize the public to act on behalf of the men, women and children who are food insecure in New Hampshire. It is our opportunity to create a movement throughout September that has a real and lasting impact on the New Hampshire Food Bank's mission to help end hunger in New Hampshire.
As individuals, charities, businesses and government, we all have a role to play in getting food and services to those in need. This September, join the New Hampshire Food Bank and Feeding America and Together, We Can Solve Hunger™.
SpoontemberThis September, Feeding America has
made the spoon the icon for Hunger Action Month. The spoon is not only used to
eat, it is also used to prepare food, serve food and is the most common utensil
used to feed those who can’t feed themselves. Get your spoons ready and stay
tuned to learn how you can use them to help fight hunger in New Hampshire this
Mac Off Competition
Presented by Bank of America in partnership with NHFB
On Friday, September, 18, see
how much Mac & Cheese your team can pack. An average adult packs
160 Mac & Cheese meals in 1 hour. All Mac Packs will benefit the
NHFB and be distributed to families in need. We will host 5 lines with
10 team members per line at 2 hour intervals. Click here to download a flyer
all companies, groups, students, creative minds, engineers, architects and others
to participate in Canstruction 2015! Canstruction is an event in
which a structure of an organizations choosing is built using canned or
packaged food items. Once completed, the cans are donated to the food
bank for distribution to those in need. Click here to download a flyer
Participating Companies to date: Sanborn Head, VHB, Freudenberg-NOK Sealing Technologies and Rockingham County Nursing Home.
Hunger Action Month Happenings Throughout the month, there will be several events and challenges that you can take part in to help advocate and increase awareness for the New Hampshire Food Bank. Below are a few happenings that you could take part in! How to get involved!
September 3rd - Go Orange
To celebrate Go Orange Day on September 3 and bring awareness of the issue of hunger in our community throughout September, buildings, landmarks and people across the country will go orange. Wear orange, turn your social media profile pictures orange, and encourage others to do the same!
September 14th - 6th Annual WBS Harvest Golf Classic
annual golf tournament to benefit the NH Food Bank will be held at
Manchester Country Club with an 11AM shotgun scramble format. All fund
raised at the golf outing will support the NH Food Bank's efforts to
expand food distribution and innovative educational programs to reach
those who need it most. Click here to learn more and become a sponsor!
September 25 & 26 - WMUR and NHIAA Presents: NH Tackles Hunger
A food drive will be hosted at high school football games in your community. All food donated during this weekend will go to local food pantry in your community.
Find more events sponsored by community members like you on our Events page!
Do you go out to lunch during the week? On average, how much do you spend on meals out? Take our lunch challenge by packing a lunch and donating the money you would have spent ordering out to the New Hampshire Food Bank. How many meals could your lunch turn into? $1 = 2 meals. We are looking for companies to get on board with the lunch challenge, so please email Lisa Smith Dean.
To find out how you and your classroom can get involved Check out our Activity ToolBox!
What else can I do?Check out our 30 Ways in 30 Days calendar that will have a small act you can do each day to help advocate for the New Hampshire Food Bank.
Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter to keep an eye out for Hunger Action Month posts, actions you can take and more!
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