Posts filed under: Food Shelf

Please know that the Food Shelf is taking precautions to help everyone keep safe. Anyone who has a fever or cough—symptoms that might seem like a cold--should not come to...
In these cold, wintry months, the Food Shelf has felt the strong touch of many warm, friendly hands. We are happy to report that December ended and January began with...
Thank you to the Flying Pig for their Snowflake books that they generously donate one book for each of the kids in our food shelf families and to WowToyz in...
As the holidays approach, we offer a special thanks to baking coordinator Holly Rochefort and members of her wonderful baking crew who contribute every month to the Hunger is Hard,...
A big thank you to all those who donated gently used children’s winter outerwear to the Charlotte Grange rummage sale. Cindi Robinson reported on the great quality of this clothing,...
The Food Shelf is again teaming up with the Grange in a winter-wear drive. We will take any winter wear that is gently used: coats, snow pants, boots, hats, gloves, scarves,...
Many many thanks to the generous person who donated a bountiful supply of green beans and butter beans right out of the garden. These were very much appreciated....
We encourage children and youth to pick up a tasty and healthy lunch bag, available at the Charlotte Congregational Church, Spear’s Corner Store and the Charlotte Library. Kudos to the...
In the spirit of feeding the spirit as well as the body, Katherine Stockman donated a lovely basket of art kits for children and young adults to enjoy over the...
Let us sing and dance with the reassuring gift of daffodils. And as you rejoice in these signs of winter losing its grip, also rejoice in a child dancing at...
Many people wonder about the relationship between the Vermont Foodbank and the Charlotte Food Shelf. ...
We’re sending out rays—and roots—of gratitude to Deborah Cook, Anne Castle, Colleen Armstrong, Eileen Schilling and Janet Morrison for their financial help....
It won’t be warm till the snow gets off the mountain, and the snow won’t get off the mountain till it gets warm. Talk Less and Say More, Vermont Proverbs, Wolfgang...
Many thanks for the significant contribution made by the Charlotte Central School, which made the Holiday Boxes a huge success, benefiting 24 family recipients. ...
The December holidays already seem like a long time ago, but we want to send special thanks for the kindness that abounds in our community. ...
We wish Happy Holidays to the generous Charlotte community. Fitting for the season, our list of special thanks is long. Thank you to Wolf Den Scout Pack 607 Shelburne/Charlotte for...
Giving thanks November is the month for drawing people close, and the Food Shelf gives special thanks for all our nurturing neighbors in Charlotte who reach out with such helpful...
We want to thank everyone who has helped to make our Hunger is Hard, Baking is Easy program for the Charlotte Food Shelf so successful. For anyone interested in joining...
We celebrate a community-spirited reaching out to embrace those who may need a little boost. This month, a special thank you to Teresa Meyer, Margaret Berlin, Mary Volk, Lili Ruane,...
We celebrate this community-spirited generosity  - Thank you for the support this month from Michaela Ryan, farmer and founder of New Village Farm in Shelburne, who donated 50 pounds of...