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Crop Walk 2011 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Rich Coleman   
Friday, 05 November 2010 20:38

Thank you members of FUUSE who supportted our interfaith hunger walk on October 23rd. We had 31 walkers and raised $3,704 for this worthy cause! Our third Sunday Give-It-Away Offertory for the month of October raised $733 of this amount. Of special note, our Senior High RE class raised $755, most of it online.

Because of the special results above, FUUSE was awarded the 1st Annual Golden Sneaker Award which is given to the participating organization that achieves the highest donations.

The 2011 Exeter Area Interfaith CROP Hunger Walk raised $16,000 in total, of which $4,000 will stay locally in support of six area food pantries. The remainder will be used for Church World Service missions worldwide.

And did you see this article in several Seacoast publications? Check it out at: http://www.seacoastonline.com/articles/20111108-OPINION-111080331.

Here are several photos from this year's Crop Walk. Click on photo to see a larger version.

Photo: Crop Walk 10-1 Photo: Crop Walk 10-2 Photo: Crop Walk 10-3 Photo: Crop Walk 10-4 Photo: Crop Walk 10-4

Food Pantry/Community Assistance Center Update PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Sunday, 20 December 2009 14:41

We are in receipt of a letter from Saint Vincent de Paul Society of Exeter with whom we have partnered over serveral years thanking FUUSE for its continued support of their food pantry for area citizens in need of assistance.

FUUSE Volunteers Help Homeless PDF Print E-mail
Written by Rich Coleman   

The Seacoast Family Promise (SFP) is a national program helping families who find themselves temporarily homeless due to sudden loss of a job or home. Our partnership with Christ Church is a way for us to directly support families who are working hard to get their lives back on track. It is not too early to sign up to help.

Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   

Children's Clothing

When you are clearing out gently used children's clothing, don't forget WIC (Women, Infants, and Children). We are desperately low on GIRL'S clothes sizes newborn to 5. Please place donations in the box in the Community Room. Questions? Please call Helen Kruppa: 772-3387

Got Space? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Rich Coleman   

The Seacoast Family Promise (SFP), the organization that assists temporarily homeless families in our area, is in need of space:

  • to store furniture
  • to operate a second-hand shop


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