Haul Out Hunger: Nashua

posted on Tuesday, June 26, 2018

"We open our doors every Friday morning and together with the help of volunteers from one of the churches in town, we feed 75 area families in need," explained Pat Kilry of the Nashua Area Food Pantry.

"We have regular clients that come once a month but we also help families that are going through an emergency or unexpectedly difficult time in their lives. When someone in the community is struggling, we are here to help."

For nearly 20 years, Pat has been volunteering her time at the Nashua Area Food Pantry to help families get through hard times.

"Meat is a hard commodity for us to come by and even harder for these families to buy," explained Pat. "We are going to send this pork to those that need it most."

This morning our Haul Out Hunger crew was delighted to fill the freezers at the Nashua Area Food Pantry with 24 pork loins, enough to provide 576, 3 oz. servings of pork for local families in need.

“We look forward to this donation every summer,” said Pat. “It’s so timely with kids out of school, but still needing plenty of nutrients to keep them fueled during their summer activities. We are so grateful, and know the families we serve will be too!”