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! Thanksgiving outreach program    11-19-20
 
This morning, the Cape Henlopen School District sent a van to pick up all the beautiful boxes that were prepared within our community.  There were a total of 41 boxes.  Each box was complete with everything for a full turkey dinner with all the trimmings including a generous gift card for the purchase of a turkey and produce.  A project summary and some pictures are included.
 
47 – Canary Creek households participating
30 – Food boxes donated by CC neighbors
 11 – Food boxes donated from CC monetary Donations.
41  - Total boxes donated to Cape Henlopen
           School District working poor.
$42.00 Extra gift cards
$1,130.00 Dollars Collected
$1,130.86 Dollars Spent
 
THANK YOU to everyone who made this project such an overwhelming success.  
 
Your Social Committee  
 
Here are details on organizations whose mission is to assist those in need.
 
Community Resource Center (CRC)
37510 Oyster House Rd
Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971
Phone: (302) 227-1340 | Fax: (302) 212-2480
 
rehobothcommunitycenter.org
The Community Resource Center (CRC), a 501 (c)(3), volunteer-driven organization, was created in 2011 to assist low income individuals and families in times of need. The CRC offers a centralized location where residents in the local community can come when they are facing a crisis. 
Food Rescue Program
Our Food Rescue Program provides food to those who are hungry and helps clients make ends meet by providing rescued food from local grocery stores and restaurants. Last year, we distributed an average of 2,000 bags of food each month.
Baby Pantry
Our Baby Pantry is generously supported by the Harry K Foundation and provides formula and baby food, infant and toddler clothing, and diapers to ensure children thrive. Each baby pantry session, we assist over 50 families accounting for over 100 children.
Day Center
The Day Center program at the Community Resource Center supports the area’s homeless population. The purpose of the Day Center is to provide respite, showers, access to laundry and food to clients experiencing homelessness.
 
The Food Rescue and Baby Pantry programs are always grateful to receive donated items. When you are at the supermarket, look for BOGO (buy one get one) deals. Donate the extra items to the Community Resource Center! Larger sized diapers are always in demand, as is cereal, peanut butter, and pop-top canned goods that don’t require a can opener. 
 
 
 
Food Pantry boxes
Second Street and Library locations
 
Cape Henlopen Food Basket
Location: 37510 Oyster House Road
Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971  
Mailing Address:    P.O. Box 168  
Rehoboth Beach,  DE  19971                
Phone: 302-227-3528
email:  chfoodbasket@gmail.com
 
https://capehenlopenfoodbasket.org/
The Cape Henlopen Food Basket is a non-profit corporation, 501(C) 3, whose sole purpose is to provide food in the Cape Henlopen area to those individuals and families in need.  The CHFB has been in operation since October, 2002. 
The Cape Henlopen Food Basket (CHFB) is an emergency food service that provides assistance to anyone needing help within the boundaries of the Cape Henlopen School District in Sussex County, Delaware.  The CHFB makes no evaluation of the client(s) needs; everyone is given some food. 
We provide needy families a 10 day supply of canned and frozen food, as well as a supermarket voucher which allows them to receive fresh milk, eggs, and margarine.  Our food is supplied by the USDA, by grants to non-profits, by local supermarkets, and by a generous Cape community of organizations and individuals.  Clients not in our service district receive one emergency food bag and are given directions to an agency serving their area. 
 
 
Harry K Foundation
313 SOUTH BOARDWALK
REHOBOTH BEACH, DE 19971
302-226-0675
 
E-mail: karenfrancis@harrykfoundation.org
http://harrykfoundation.org/
“THIS IS ABOUT THE CHILDREN IN OUR AREA--IN DELAWARE--WHO DON’T HAVE ENOUGH TO EAT. WE MUST WORK TOGETHER TO CARE FOR OUR CHILDREN.” The funds raised by the Harry K Foundation will be dispersed through the Delaware Food Bank to support School Backpack Programs, as well as established and in instituting school pantries throughout Delaware.  The Harry K Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
Meals on Wheels
100 West 10th St, Suite 207
Wilmington, DE 19801
Phone: 302-656-3257
https://mealsonwheelsde.org/
Meals On Wheels Delaware (MOWD) provides financial resources to meal-delivery programs statewide that offer nutritious meals and independence to homebound seniors. We support these efforts through events, which raise awareness and funds to provide resources needed to alleviate hunger and loneliness for seniors throughout Delaware. Volunteer opportunities for individuals, groups, and businesses are available throughout each year.
In collaboration with meal-delivery programs throughout the state, MOWD strives to ensure the uninterrupted delivery of hot, nutritious meals
MOWD supports five meal-delivery programs/locations statewide: CHEER, City Fare, Meals On Wheels Lewes-Rehoboth, the Modern Maturity Center and the Newark Senior Center
 
 
Feeding America
Contact the Washington, D.C. Office:
Feeding America
1627 I Street NW, Suite 1000
Washington, DC 20006
800.771.2303
feediingamerica.org
The Feeding America nationwide network of food banks secures and distributes 4.3 billion meals each year through food pantries and meal programs throughout the United States and leads the nation to engage in the fight against hunger. 
The Feeding America network is the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization, working to connect people with food and end hunger. For more than 40 years, Feeding America has responded to the needs of individuals struggling with food insecurity in this country.  We work to get nourishing food – from farmers, manufacturers, and retailers – to people in need. 
 
 
Food Bank
1040 Mattlind Way
Milford, DE 19963
Tel: (302) 424-3301
Fax: (302) 424-4160
fbd.org
The Food Bank of Delaware directly distributes emergency food to the public through the Healthy Pantry Center.  
The Food Bank of Delaware’s Backpack Program provides food year-round to children in need for weekends and holidays when school is not in session and federal school meal programs are not available. Backpacks are stocked with kid-friendly, nutritious food including shelf-stable milk and juice, meals such as macaroni and cheese, spaghetti and meatballs and beef stew, granola bars, apple sauce, cereal and more. They are distributed on Fridays or the last day before a holiday or vacation in a discreet manner at schools.
The Food Bank’s Mobile Pantry brings both shelf-stable and fresh foods to low-income Delawareans.  The truck comes filled with non-perishables, fresh produce, dairy, beverages and other refrigerated and frozen items, as well as personal products (when available). The truck visits community access points throughout the state, and volunteers help distribute food to families in need.
The Food Bank of Delaware opened its first school-based food pantry in November 2011.  Through the program at-risk families with children enrolled at the school are able to access emergency food and hygiene products by visiting a food pantry within the school. Families are discretely identified by school officials. Families select food based on their household’s needs each week. Pantries are generously sponsored by the Harry K Foundation.
Lewes Senior Activity Center FOOD PANTRY 
Lewes Senior Activity Center
32083 Janice Road
Lewes DE 19958  
302-645-9293
 
lewesseniorcenter.org
Collects food for those in need.  Stop by the Center to drop off food, or take what has been donated.
Tuesdays:  Open Concessions, 10:45 – 11:45 AM
Tuesdays:  Dinner available at 4:00 PM
Breakfast:  Available all day courtesy of WAWA
Milton Community Food Pantry
 
114 Federal Street
Milton, DE
302-278-9557
 
miltonpantry.org
The Milton Community Food Pantry was established in 2014.  It is comprised entirely of volunteers.  Each week approximately 85 families are served, an average of 285 adults and children.  Our goal is to provide 3 meals a day for 3 days to supplement a family's food.  The MCFP depends entirely on donations. Please help us combat hunger in the Milton Area. Your donations do so much good in alleviating hunger in your neighborhood.
They are looking for food rescue volunteers to do pickups once or twice a month.  It would be superb once a week on the same day but a day or two a month would work.
 
Epworth United Methodist Church
19285 Holland Glade Road
Rehoboth Beach, DE
302-227-7743
 
eumcrb.org
Good Sam Food Ministry and Soup Kitchen
Food is available for anyone with an emergency need for food – drive-up/walk-up service at the Oceanside entrance.
Food and monetary donations to restock supplies are accepted at the Bayside entrance (drive up) under the steeple, or electronically on the Giving Page.