CONCORD, NH — The Capital Region Food Program (CRFP) distributed over 274 cases of nonperishable food items to 14 area social service agencies, food pantries, and churches as part of the program’s Year Round Distribution Project (YRDP) on Tuesday, February 14th.
CRFP partner agencies receiving food as part of the distribution included: Boscawen Congregational Church Food Pantry, Capitol City Food Pantry, Christ the King Food Pantry, Concord CAP, Concord Housing Authority, Epsom Food Pantry, Friends of Forgotten Children, Merrimack Valley Day Care, Open Door Community Kitchen, St Paul’s Church Food Pantry, Suncook CAP, Undercover Pantry, Warner Connects NH, West Congregational Church Food Pantry.
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.
###The Capital Region Food Program (CRFP) is a private, not-for-profit organization whose mission is to help reduce hunger in the Greater Concord area through the year-round distribution of food to individuals and families. Since 1974 this has been accomplished by securing financial donations and in-kind services and by coordination, collaboration, and cooperation with other community distribution and service agencies. The CRFP distributes the equivalent of over 110 tons of food annually through two initiatives. Forty (40) tons of food is distributed through the Year-Round Distribution Project which is distributed eleven times each year to over thirty local agencies. The equivalent of seventy (70) tons of food is distributed through the program’s Holiday Project.