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April 30. 2014 4:49PM

Unitarian Universalist Church's ‘Nothing’ drive helps the NH Food Bank


The Rev. Patrick McLaughlin and Ann Smith, co-chair of the Social Responsibility Committee of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Manchester, announce a new fund-raising drive to benefit the NH Food Bank. 

MANCHESTER — The Rev. Patrick McLaughlin and Ann Smith, co-chair of the Social Responsibility Committee of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Manchester, announce a new fund-raising drive to benefit the NH Food Bank.

Cans of Nothing are available at Unitarian Universalist Church to take home and fill with money.

Return the filled cans to the Social Responsibility Committee during social hour on Sundays.

The cans are initially empty and represent the reality that thousands of our New Hampshire friends and neighbors face every day.

Filled cans will help replace the nothing on your neighbor’s table with 110 nourishing meals.

In addition to the fund drive, the executive board has authorized the church to “Share the Plate” with the food bank during July and August. One-half of the weekly offering will be donated to the food bank.

Find more information by going to www.uumanchester.org, e-mail uucm@uumanchester.org, or call 625-6854.


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