Through the end of October, SEA/SEIU Local 1984 and the New Hampshire Liquor Commission are teaming up to benefit End 68 Hours of Hunger. You can drop off food and financial donations at liquor outlets throughout the state to help fight childhood hunger.
A quarter of children in the U.S. live in food-insecure homes – those children depend on free and reduced school lunch and breakfast. End 68 Hours of Hunger works to fill the 68-hour gap between school lunch on Friday and breakfast on Monday by providing bags of non-perishable food to these children.
In addition to financial contributions, we are specifically seeking the following items for this drive:
- Peanut butter (plastic, 10-18 oz. jars)
- Canned tuna (5 oz. cans)
- Canned fruit (14-16 oz. cans)
- Canned soup (15-19 oz. cans)
SEA/SEIU Local 1984 represents thousands of workers across the state of New Hampshire, including full- and part-time workers at the New Hampshire Liquor Commission. This partnership came about thanks to those members at the Liquor Commission working with the SEA’s Campaign for Public Good and Liquor Commission leadership.
Please join us in this effort and help End 68 Hours of Hunger.