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Grocery Giveaway, and Turkey Drive

Grocery Giveaway Please save the date for another Grocery Giveaway next weekend on Sunday, Nov 14th #grocerygiveaway. The event is open to all! Please spread the word. Thank you Turkey Drive Also, please help families in need this Thanksgiving! Donate a small frozen turkey and help us meet the goal of distributing 250 turkeys 🦃! […]

Thursday November 4th, 2021 in Announcements, Community Service, Food Banks | Comments Off on Grocery Giveaway, and Turkey Drive

Volunteerism in Action: Gazette Features NCP Resident

This week’s Gazette has featured Lisa Ealley a long time resident of north College Park. Lisa has been well known for her volunteering works, especially her almost daily services at the Meals and Wheels program. The program runs off United Methodist Church at the Rhode Island avenue and serves subsidized foods to low income residents, mostly […]

Saturday December 31st, 2011 in Community Service, Food Banks | Comments Off on Volunteerism in Action: Gazette Features NCP Resident

Profiles of Service : Part 2 – Meals on Wheels

College Park’s oldest food serving program is celebrating 35 year this year. Based in the United Methodist Church on Rhode Island Avenue, the program feeds between 60 to 65 people three meals a day, Monday to Friday. The College Park Meals on Wheels is one of the 5000 local similar chapters in the country. The group […]

Friday December 24th, 2010 in Community Service, Food Banks | Comments Off on Profiles of Service : Part 2 – Meals on Wheels

Profiles of Service – Part 1: College Park Community Food Bank

College Park Food Bank (Washington Post) I’ve been thinking to start a series of posts featuring social services that a number of our community groups provide. At a time when many in community are going through economic hardships, I think it’s worth focusing on them. Today, I’ll start the series with the College Park Community Food […]

Monday December 20th, 2010 in Community Service, Food Banks | Comments Off on Profiles of Service – Part 1: College Park Community Food Bank