End 68 Hours of Hunger WebsiteFacebook Support End 68 Hours of Hunger’s Summer FundraiserThe Coronavirus pandemic has impacted End 68 Hours of Hunger’s fundraising activities while at the same time adding to the number of children who are in need of nourishing food. Our nonprofit organization is now providing food to more than 130 children each week in Wolfeboro, Tuftonboro, Ossipee, Middleton, Effingham, and New Durham. You can help by purchasing a cap with End 68 Hours’ logo; the adjustable cap is royal blue with yellow lettering. Sales will take place starting July 1 and continuing through July 14. Caps are $20 (shipping cost is additional $3.50) and may be purchased online at www.calicographics.com/sr/1841545. We are a totally volunteer run program; all monies collected go directly to food purchases for our communities’ children. For more information, visit our Facebook page at End 68 Hours of Hunger Wolfeboro, Tuftonboro, Ossipee, Middleton NH. Thank you for your support during this difficult time. Here to Help Doran Independent Insurance would like to announce that we will be teaming up with End 68 Hours of Hunger for 2020.If you have any donations or would like to donate a nonperishable item to the program, feel free to drop all items off at our office located at 64 Center Street.Please refer to Doran's Community page for any updates that the Wolfeboro Chapter may have. What is End 68 Hours of Hunger? It is a private, non-profit effort to confront the approximately 68 hours of hunger that some school children experience between the free lunch they receive at school on Friday afternoon to the free breakfast they receive at school Monday morning.2020 Brochure Their Vision To end childhood hunger in our communities by providing food for children Pre-K through Grade 6 in the Wolfeboro Children Center, Wolfeboro, Tuftonboro, Ossipee, Ossipee Headstart and Middleton communities, in the hope that no child goes hungry on the weekends. Facts End 68 Hours started in Dover, NH in 2011The non-profit currently has 47 chapters worldwideThe Wolfeboro chapter began in August 2014 serving 18 children Currently serves 135 studentsThe program runs for 10 months while school is in session that serves all 41 weekendsEach weekend each child is sent home with 2 breakfast meals, 2 lunches, 3 dinners and snacksEach bag prepared costs about $12.00Currently 40+ volunteers in the Wolfeboro chapter Types of food needed • Applesauce Cups: Individual• Canned Chicken: 5 oz.• Canned Ham: 5 oz.• Canned Pasta with Meat: 15 oz.• Canned Tuna: 5 oz.• Cereal: 8 pack individual size• Chicken Noodle Soup: 10 ½ oz.• Dinty Moore Stew: 15 oz.• Granola Bars• Mac & Cheese: Boxes only• Peanut Butter 16 oz. plastic jars• Pork & Beans: 10 oz.• Pudding Cups• Vegetable Beef Soup: 10 ½ oz. Drop off locations All Saints Episcopal ChurchDoran Independent InsuranceFirst Christian ChurchFirst Congregational Church of WolfeboroOlympia GymPeoples United BankUnion Congregational Church in Union The Doran Team on May 4th, 2019 supporting End 68 Hours of Hunger. Food donations from the Doran Team. Over 1,100 items were donated. This year all End 68 Hours of Hunger donations will be placed in these buckets for pick up!