Posts filed under: Food Shelf News

Kerrie Pughe | Contributor Thank you! A belated yet big thank you to the Flying Pig Bookstore for the donation of beautiful, age- appropriate books to each child on our...
Kerrie Pughe | Contributor Volunteers needed for holiday baskets Please join us Friday, December 16, at 8 a.m. at the Charlotte Congregational Church to assemble the holiday baskets. Everyone is...
Kerrie Pughe | Contributor Thanksgiving baskets Please mark your calendars for Friday, Nov.18, from 8 to about 10 a.m., when all community members are invited to help us put together...
We appreciate donations of school supplies and after-school snacks this time of year. They may be dropped off at any of our drop-off locations...
Thank you Thank you for the support this past month from Susan and Hans Ohanian, Charles Gluck and Darrilyn Peters, and the Shelburne Supermarket Coffee Bar. We appreciate your generosity! ...
We need your help. Compared to last year at this time, our cash donations are down $3,546—and last year was down 20 percent from the year before. We are a...
Donations Please consider a donation to the Food Shelf during these post-holiday winter months. In past years the Food Shelf counted on the Feinstein Challenge to Fight Hunger to help us...
New Facebook page Like us at our new Facebook page “Charlotte Community Food Shelf and Assistance” to see photos and get updates on all the Food Shelf activities. ...
The Food Shelf provided holiday baskets overflowing with food and gifts to 28 local families this season. This represents 115 community members, including 47 children. ...
We are a small, volunteer organization, and your donation dollars mean so much to our Charlotte community. All donations go directly for food and assistance to our neighbors in need....
The Charlotte Food Shelf is run entirely by volunteers, so all donations go directly for food or assistance to our neighbors in need....
Rotary Turkeys Gail Gardner and Bill Doris, volunteers with the Charlotte Food Shelf, were ready to distribute Thanksgiving turkeys to Charlotte families who arrived at the Food...
The Food Shelf received a call recently from a neighbor suffering from a debilitating illness. This neighbor wanted to thank us for providing the nutritional drinks so helpful during this...
An average of 94 of our neighbors were served during the months of July, August and September. In addition, with a grant from SCHIPs we provided 17 financial assists for...
The Food Shelf is teaming up again this year with the Charlotte Grange to outfit kids in need with winter boots, hats, snow pants, gloves, socks and coats. Donations of...
Sixteen families visited the Food Shelf during our last distribution. We distributed fresh string beans, tomatoes and squash from Ten Stones along with vegetables generously and anonymously left at our...
Donated food drop-off locations All nonperishable food donations may be dropped off at the Charlotte Library, the Charlotte Congregational Church Vestry, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church (main entrance) or...
By Kerrie Pughe | Contributor Thank you We appreciate the support from the Charlotte Grange and J.D. Schultz. Thanks to Brahm Lasek and his partygoers for the bag of food and...