The AIDS Project of Southern Vermont (APSV) is a regional AIDS service organization that provides direct services to people living with HIV/AIDS, and prevention services to those at high risk in Windham, Bennington, and southern Windsor counties. Founded by volunteers in 1988 as a grassroots, community based group, the AIDS Project fills an important statewide [...]
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Local Dunkin’ Donuts Franchisees and Crew Members Support the Newly-Rebranded Joy in Childhood Foundation to Help Fight Child Hunger with Vermont FoodbankJudy Stermer 2017-11-08T16:15:41+00:00
Local Volunteers Support Feeding America® Food Banks at Third Annual Week of Joy in 70 Communities across the U.S. In partnership with the Joy in Childhood Foundation (formerly The Dunkin’ Donuts & Baskin-Robbins Community Foundation), Dunkin’ Donuts local franchisees, crewmembers and corporate employees have partnered with Vermont Foodbank to help fight child hunger in communities throughout [...]
At a VeggieVanGo™ delivery to Barre City School, the Vermont Foodbank announced that VSECU, a member-owned cooperative and not for profit credit union for everybody in Vermont, will again support the organization with $40,000 to power food distribution to Vermonters in need. This marks a total of $200,000 that VSECU has donated over 5 years. [...]
This blog was written and submitted by Marcia Levison, Board Member and Manager of the Richmond Food Shelf & Thrift Store The Richmond Food Shelf and Thrift Store, located in the center of Richmond, serves the towns of Bolton, Huntington and Richmond. We are open 5 days a week and staffed by 20 plus volunteers and 2 part time paid employees. [...]
Thanks to $25,000 grant from the Walmart Foundation, the Vermont Foodbank is helping provide more fresh food to Vermonters struggling with hunger. The grant supports investment in refrigeration, freezers, shelving and other materials that make rescuing and handling fresh and perishable foods easier and safer. This year, the Vermont Foodbank has seen a 40 [...]
The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources and the Vermont Foodbank announced today a 40% increase in food donations in 2016, topping the 25-30% increase seen in 2015. This announcement comes during September’s Hunger Action Month. It confirms healthier, fresher foods like fruits, vegetables and frozen meat, are making their way into refrigerators and onto plates [...]