Be on the look for Holiday sign ups. If you wish to sponsor a family Reach out to us. If your in need of help keep checking the resource center sign ups for our Tinsel for toys program!
In Loving memory of Elijah Sheehan. A teen who lost Their Battle with mental illness who was FTT intern a friend, Child, cousin and missed by so many. The Elijah Project is a fun group for teens in the LGBTQ+ community and Allys to have a safe place to be themselves. Each meeting will be decided by the group from dinner,painting,bowling, educating others on the toppic of LGBTQ+ for those wanting to learn. We love and miss you Elijah.
THANK YOU ALL WHO HAVE SUPPORTED AND CONTINUE TO SUPPORT THIS PROGRAM AND OUR COMMUNITY AS WE WORK TOGETHER TO GET THROUGH THE COVID -19 PANDEMIC
During this time we are trying to reach every child/family or elderly who is struggling through this hard time.
PLEASE if you know someone who needs assistance please reach out to us.....
We are currently distributing more that 10,000 meals a week!
Which is a 75% increase in food and funding we did not anticipate
We are serving more than 20 locations and additionally, our community open hours are Tuesday 10-12 and Thursday 5 pm-6:30 pm in addition to delivering bags to senior housing in 2 locations.
We are always needing donations of food, as well as monetary donations for our NH Food Bank account and volunteers to assist in delivering to folks with transportation issues!
HELP THE CHILDREN AND FAMILIES OF OUR COMMUNITY!.....
Here at Feeding Tiny Tummies we thrive to give back to our community. We have lots to offer. Open hours are two days Tuesday 10am-12pm and Thursday evening 5pm-6:30pm. All you need is a box or bag no documentation needed. We also are making appointments for the resource center if your in need of internet access you can make an appointment during the week. Or if your in need of an updated resume or tips on how to start one. We have many classes and other fun events through the year take a look at our resource center page!
We have expanded. Moved to a bigger location to provide resources to our community. Classes to better yourself in a verity of things couponing, nutrition, and more and from some of the area agencies that provide services. Need help signing up for benefits or a place to do so come see us.
What are the effects of hunger in the classroom?
Inability to concentrate
Poor academic performance
Health problems like head and stomachaches.
The most common reason children are not eating breakfast is poverty, loss of employment and lack parental guidance.
Who We Are
Feeding Tiny Tummies, A 501c3 Non-Profit program to fight against childhood hunger who works with local schools in Cheshire and Sullivan County, NH to provide meals to children on weekends, breaks, and summers away from school. We also have open hours to our community 2 days a week for 2 hours each. 3 towns also pick up from us to distribute within the town to those in need.
Community Volunteers fill bags that are being delivered to schools in 14 locations and 2 elderly complexes. Each Volunteer donates 2-4 hours on average each week.
We’re feeding their tummies, but the difference between this program and any other program along with food that goes home with children we always include an academic item, whether it’s activity pages and crayons, a book to read or a family engagement activity,” Because we feed their Tummies and the minds of our next generation!
Established in 2017 this program served a small number of about 35 families growing to over 550+ families in 4 years time!
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