Strike Out Hunger Bowl-a-thon
Our 2013 Strike Out Hunger Bowl-a-thon, will be held on Tuesday, November 12th at Lucky Strike Lanes/ Jillian’s from 5:30 P.M. - 10:00 P.M. Registration is now open, click here for more information.
Walk Celebration and Awards Ceremony
Project Bread’s recent Walk Celebration and Awards Ceremony honored dedicated Walkers, Volunteers, and sponsors of the 2013 Walk for Hunger.
The ceremony was held at the Museum of Science in Boston and recognized the success of the 45th annual Walk for Hunger, which had more than 30,000 participants and raised an estimated $3.2 million to help fight hunger in Massachusetts. Check out the images to be part of the fun!
An evening at Blue Ginger
In June, we held a cocktail reception for donors at Ming Tsai’s Blue Ginger restaurant in Wellesley. Ellen Parker, executive director, and Scott Richardson, director of research and special initiatives, discussed innovative, local, and sustainable solutions to ending hunger in Massachusetts.
Chef Ming Tsai even made a special surprise appearance! Check out more images from the event.
2013 Walk for Hunger
Thanks to our generous Walkers, Volunteers, sponsors, and donors, the 45th Walk for Hunger showed all of us what it looks like when a community comes together to achieve a common goal.
On Sunday, May 5, 2013, 30,000 Walkers and 1,700 Volunteers raised an estimated $3.2 million to support community-based antihunger programs across Massachusetts.
We had amazing weather, "smooth sailing" with all of our event details, and a fantastic time reconnecting with our most dedicated supporters. Find out more about the event!
Chefs in Head Start Celebration
This past May, we held an event celebrating our Chefs in Head Start program. The program is headed up by our very own Chef Educator, Vanessa LaBranche, and truly reflects our fresh approach to ending hunger.
The Chefs in Head Start program, located in Lynn, and funded by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, is capturing both the imaginations and taste buds of young children before they develop a preference for foods high in sugar, fat, and sodium—something that is prevalent across the country, and not just with our kids.