Exeter United Methodist Church
Monday, July 22, 2019


"End 68 Hours of Hunger" Exeter program provides school children (SAU 16) with backpacks with food for weekend meals. 
During the summer months, End 68 Hours of Hunger takes a break from food collections, but they encourage folks to donate food items for the children.  Items can be delivered to St. Vincent dePaul Food Pantry in Exeter or brought to the church and put in the basket as you enter the sanctuary.         
Did you know? 
 In 2018 there were 374 visits to the food pantry by families with school     
 aged children.  Food distributed the equivalent of 33,386 meals during the    
    Summer Family Food Program. 
       Thank you for your continued support! 
For more information check out their facebook page https://www.facebook.com/ExeterE68/     
We also support the local food pantry "St. Vincent dePaul".  The following items are currently needed and welcome:  Personal Hygiene Items: Tooth brushes, tooth paste, soap, shampoo, deodorant, toilet paper, tissues, paper towels etc.  They are also looking for clean, empty egg cartons (12 egg size no larger).  Items may be brought directly to the pantry at 53 Lincoln St., Exeter or left at the church in the basket just inside the sanctuary.   www.svdexeter.com
St. Vincent dePaul also helps residents of the Exeter area with fuel assistance, employment & computer skills, & Tax Preparation.  Call them at 603-772-9922 for assistance.
A special appeal for Homeless Supplies.. "We are running low on supplies for the homeless.  Specifically-flashlights, bath towels, sun block, bug spray, AA batteries, new soft sided coolers". 
Items can be dropped off at St. Vincent dePaul or at Exeter UMC
If you would like to know more about any of our outreach programs,
Contact the church office 772-6625 or exeterumc@comcast.net
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