Hunger Goes to College

03/Mar/17 / 15:07 / Paul Shipman

By Bernie Beaudreau I recently moderated a panel discussion at Middlesex Community College with four college student affairs professionals who are trying to address hunger among college students. There were about 30 student leaders and student affairs professionals from a network of Connecticut and Rhode Island colleges in attendance. The panel was coordinated by Campus […]

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Pledge to Volunteer: Make a Difference in 2017

04/Jan/17 / 16:01 / Paul Shipman

by Bernie Beaudreau   Volunteers are vital for the success of our work. Without them, we could not reach even a fraction of the people in need that we currently serve. Volunteers help us in many ways, from office work to food sorting and distribution and in education and advocacy. Each role is necessary for […]

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The Fruit Bowl

20/Dec/16 / 16:16 / Paul Shipman

This entry was written by guest blogger Tina, a freelance writer living in Southwestern Connecticut, who struggles to make ends meet, despite work as a freelance writer and efforts to find full-time employment. If you or someone you know has a story about a personal experience as someone in need of food assistance, share your […]

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