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Monroe Residents Can Support Connecticut Food Bank By Participating in Race Against Hunger

Support for Connecticut Food Bank During COVID-19: Race Against Hunger

Connecticut Food Bank needs the town of Monroe to help to support their efforts during the COVID-19 Pandemic! Food Bank volunteers are working tirelessly during this unprecedented time to feed the hungry throughout Connecticut.
One way Monroe can support the Food Bank is by participating in The Race Against Hunger, a virtual 5K run and walk that takes place between April 13th - April 19th. Since it’s virtual, you can participate at the time and place of your choosing! Register at www.jbsports.com.
This virtual event is a way for Connecticut runners to stay connected and motivated while keeping our distance! Let’s come together to support those in need during these critical times. Register now to help the state's largest source of emergency food assistance!
The food bank is still open, but hours are modified. Below is a list of Food Banks within 20 miles of Monroe. Please call because there may be changes.

DateTimeCityPlace
Tuesday, April 72:00 PMEast HavenEast Haven High School
Wednesday, April 89:30 AMDanburyNew Hope Baptist Church
Wednesday, April 84:00 PMBridgeportRoosevelt School
Wednesday, April 84:30 PMHamdenHamden Middle School
Wednesday, April 85:30 PMBethelWalnut Hill Church
Thursday, April 95:30 PMNaugatuckNaugatuck Convention Center

Keep checking Connecticut Food Bank’s website and social media for updates for the Mobile Pantry schedule.
Should you have questions, the Mobile Pantry Hotline is updated daily. Call (203) 741-9751 for info.

 

 

 

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