We'll donate 100% of the profits of our "Holiday Collection" branded logo wear to two non-profits that serve local kids in need.
End 68 Hours of Hunger provides food for over 100 elementary school children to take home on Fridays to have to eat over the weekend. These children eat their free lunch on Friday and have little or no food until their free school breakfast on Monday. This program provides each child with enough food for the weekend. They receive food for three dinners, two breakfasts, two lunches and snacks. They leave school Friday afternoon with a bag of food for the weekend.
Childhood hunger is a nearly invisible problem, but exists in every community in America. In Wolfeboro, Tuftonboro and Ossipee, N.H. we are trying to meet the challenge of feeding these hungry children and as food prices soar, we need your help! End 68 Hours of Hunger is a 100% volunteer organization! Your donation will help us meet the need of these children.
Your contribution goes towards purchasing food. You can support a local child with food for one weekend for just $10.00, $40.00 for a month, or $400.00 for an entire school year! You can make a $10 cash donation to End 68 Hours of Hunger on this website by clicking here.
Please join End 68 Hours of Hunger-Wolfeboro, Tuftonboro and Ossipee, in our fight to end hunger in the Governor Wentworth Regional School District.
In 2015, The Libby Museum Without Walls was created to offer Libby Museum discovery experiences to disadvantaged children enrolled in the local elementary schools who could not otherwise benefit from the Libby Museum enrichment programs at the museum. As End 68 Hours of Hunger feeds bodies, The Libby Museum Without Walls nurtures little minds, hearts, and spirits!
Libby Museum Without Walls Outreach Programs are sponsored by The Friends of The Libby Museum of Natural History in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire. These Outreach Programs provide children with hands-on experiences which foster creativity and an appreciation of the natural world. They include curriculum-based workshops, after school programs, and community partnerships. These programs are literary based; and children learn earth stewardship, environmental science, and an appreciation of the natural world using natural and recycled materials for art. Books and stories are enjoyed in a circle with ample time allowed for sharing feelings and ideas. Our goal is to nurture each child's individual gifts into talents which contribute to genuine and sustainable environmental, social and personal wellbeing.
This year The Museum Without Walls has been named as a beneficiary of The Wolfeboro Festival of Trees. And, with your support - by purchasing Winnipesaukee Soap Company gifts - this new program will continue to grow and serve many more deserving students in the Governor Wentworth Regional School District.
What People are saying about The Libby Museum Without Walls Outreach Programs:
"Thank you so much for all your time, patience and creative planning to make your programs a meaningful and enjoyable experience for such a diverse and energetic group of students. We have been so fortunate to have you bring such wonderful programs for our students."
- Jennifer Berkowitz, School's Out! Program Director, Ossipee Central School
"We are thrilled to have the Libby Museum Without Walls at New Durham School. Our students benefit exponentially from your creative ideas and energy which brings to them experiences many would otherwise not have the opportunity to learn from. Thank you for opening the world to our students."
- Ann W. Gehring, Interim Principal, New Durham School
Thank YOU for supporting these important programs!
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