TOGETHERHOOD® PROJECT: VOLUNTEER TO END HUNGER 3.6
Every 3.6 seconds someone in the world dies of starvation In New Jersey, more than one million people are living below the poverty line. One in five children is hungry and relying on food stamps for meals. The Madison Area YMCA is joining the Madison Rotary Club for a community-wide event called End Hunger 3.6 to help feed the hungry in the NJ-NYC area. We plan to prepare and package 250,000 non-perishable meals to be distributed to hunger-focused organizations.
Saturday, March 9; 9-11AM
Drew University: Simon Forum (Athletic Complex); 36 Madison Avenue, Madison, NJ
REGISTER TO VOLUNTEER
To register, please click here. Please note in the form that you are affiliated/participating with the Madison Area YMCA. Please email Gwen Riddick to volunteer. Children MUST be at least 10 years old to participate. Children under12 years old must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.
Volunteer with the TOGETHERHOOD® Team! Sign up with a friend for this community-wide event. You do not need to be a Madison Area YMCA member to participate.
Hunger-focused organizations supported through this effort: New Jersey Salvation Army, The Table of Hope, The Market Street Mission in Morristown, St. John’s Soup Kitchen in Newark, Eva’s Village in Patterson, and the Bowery Mission in New York City.
For additional information, contact Community and Member Engagement Manager Gwen Riddick at 973.822.9622 x2235.
TOGETHERHOOD®, the Y’s Signature Program for Social Responsibility, empowers members to plan and lead volunteer service projects that address the needs of our community. Working side by side with neighbors and community partners, TOGETHERHOOD volunteers make new friends, improve lives and contribute to a stronger and more inclusive society. Together, we can make a difference.