Almost 3 Tons Of food Were Shipped To Concord, Capital Region Pantries

Almost 3 Tons Of food Were Shipped To Concord, Capital Region Pantries

The Capital Region Food Program donated a total of more than $8,300 worth of food to sixteen different social assistance organizations throughout the month of October.

CONCORD, NH – As part of the year-round distribution initiative that it runs, the Capital Region Food Program (CRFP) continues to supply food to food pantries, social service agencies, and churches in Concord and throughout the capital region.

Last Tuesday, the organization made deliveries of approximately three tons of food, with a total value of over $8,300, to sixteen different organizations.

What is The Capital Region Food Program? 

The Capital Region Food Program (CRFP) is a private, non-profit, all-volunteer organization whose aim is to help alleviate hunger in the Greater Concord Area by distributing food to individuals, families, and community organizations.

The CRFP purchases and distributes around 110 tons of food free of charge to participating agencies and recipients we serve through:

  • Securing monetary donations
  • Soliciting in-kind services from local businesses and the general public
  • Utilizing a network of volunteers
  • Collaborating with other community distributions and service agencies

The agencies included B/M Concord CAP, Blueberry Express Day Care, the Capitol City Food Pantry, CAP Mobile Food Pantry, Christ the King Food Pantry, the CityHope Food Pantry at CenterPoint Church, Concord Human Services, the Epsom Food Pantry, the Friends of Forgotten Children, the Loudon Food Pantry, the Pittsfield Food Pantry, St Paul’s Church Food Pantry, Suncook CAP, the town of Boscawen, the Under Cover Food Pantry, and Warner Connects NH. Non-perishable products such as canned fruit and vegetables, peanut butter, cereal, spaghetti, soups, and other items were among the things that were included in the shipment.

The meal is provided to the participating organizations free of charge as part of the program. The provisions are disbursed to seventeen different villages in and around Concord.

To learn more about the CRFP, visit capitalregionfoodprogram.org

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