Manchester Country Club – Monday, August 21, 2017 SOLD OUT
The Great NH Kids Can Cook program, run by Chef Nicole & Chef Megan, introduces kids to the world of cooking and provides them with the skills and education to prepare fun and nutritious meals!
Advocacy & Community Relations Administrator, Tanya Randolph, stands with Pinkerton Academy culinary students as winners of the 2017 NH ProStart competition. FEEDNH.org’s support as the Premier Sponsor of this event helps send the winning school to the National competition each year.
If you’re shopping on Amazon.com use the link Smile.Amazon.com, select FEEDNH.org, and Shop! Amazon will donate a percentage of your purchase to FEEDNH.org! Start Shopping
We were honored to donate $20,000 today to Moore Options for Seniors! As a nonprofit organization, their mission is to serve the community by providing superior elder care that offers the best quality of life at the most affordable cost. If you want to find out more, check them out!
Since our inception in 2014, FEEDNH.org has raised over $575,000 to benefit NH’s Families, Elderly, Education, & Disadvantaged. Click the image to see what we’ve done!
We had the pleasure of donating $10,000 to the Manchester Community Health Center today and we couldn’t be more excited! The donation will benefit wraparound services at Manchester Community Health Center such as the “Lifestyle Changes for Healthy Families” program developed by nutritionist Caralyn Macek (pictured left) which focuses on healthy eating, preparing meals on a budget, food safety, and …
We are proud to announce the $5,000 Copper Door gift card winner is… Cinda Guagliumi!! Thank you to all of our supporters who purchased a $50 raffle ticket in support of FEEDNH.org! Your contributions helped us raise a total of $9,400 to benefit NH’s Families, Elderly, Education, & Disadvantaged. We are grateful for your generosity and wish you all a …
A HUGE thank you to Copper Door Restaurant and all of their guests. With their help we raised $11,405 during Wicked Scary Week!
By SUSAN WARE FLOWER | May 18, 2016 MANCHESTER, NH – The Manchester Police Athletic League (MPAL) is undergoing an “extreme makeover” thanks to the dedicated group of volunteers known as Building On Hope. The MPAL center has long been a resource and refuge for thousands of city youth, allowing them to establish a stronger sense of self while making …
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