Cape Cod Hunger Network News


The Cape Cod Hunger Network is pleased to announce that they have provided over $63,000 in support of local Cape Cod organizations.    From Bourne to Provincetown and the islands the Hunger Network was able to fund critical work across the network.  The gifts support everything from acquiring a new walk in freezer in sandwich , to providing funds to support Sustainable Cape work in Provincetown.   Funding  went to established organizations like Wecan, and to new start ups like The Truro Community Kitchen.   We want to thank all of the Cape Cod Hunger Network donors who helped to make these gifts possible.   The Hunger Network is hoping to provide another round of funding during the summer months.   

Sustaninable Cape               $7,500      Nutrition Incentive Programs through the Farmers Markets

St. Davids Episcopal            $3,200       Funding for 6 months of the hot meal program and paper pantry 

Sandwich Food Pantry         $7,000       Funding for a walk in freezer to expand capacity 

Amplify Cape Cod                $1,000       Support of local businesses run by people of color 

Wecan                                  $5,000       Program support for many of the women the Network serves

Truro Community Kitchen    $10,000     Funding to expand the hot meal program 

Cape Kids Meals                  $10,000    Funding to support expansion into a permanent facility 

Family Table Collaborative   $10,000    Funding to outfit new truck and food program 

Nantucket Food Pantry        $10,000    Funding for a new freezer, racking and Covid-19 response 



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