Non-Perishable Food Distributed to 13 Local Social Service Agencies, Food Pantries and Churches

Non-Perishable Food Distributed to 13 Local Social Service Agencies, Food Pantries and Churches

For More Information, Contact:
Tori Berube (603.231.1396)

CONCORD, NH — The Capital Region Food Program (CRFP) distributed two tons of nonperishable food items to 13 area social service agencies, food pantries and churches as part of the program’s Year-Round Distribution Project (YRDP) on Tuesday, July 13th.

CRFP partner agencies receiving food as part of the distribution included.:  Boscawen Congregational Church Food Pantry, Boys & Girls Club of Central NH, CenterPoint Food Pantry, Christ the King Food Pantry, Epsom Food Pantry, Friends of Forgotten Children, Gospel Light Church of God Food Pantry, Loudon Food Pantry, Merrimack Valley Day Care, Open Door Community Kitchen, Salvation Army, St. Paul’s Church Food Pantry and Suncook/Allenstown Community Action Program (CAP).

As part of the Year-Round Distribution Project, non-perishable items such as canned fruit and vegetables, peanut butter, breakfast cereal, pasta, and soups are distributed at no cost to participating partner agencies. For a complete listing of partner agencies supported by the CRFP’s Year-Round Distribution Project efforts, visit capitalregionfoodprogram.org.

The Capital Region Food Program purchases and distributes food in Concord and 17 surrounding communities. This is accomplished by securing monetary donations, soliciting in-kind services from local businesses and the general public, and collaborating with other community distribution and service agencies.

To learn more about the CRFP, visit capitalregionfoodprogram.org