HARTFORD — House of Bread, a food pantry in Hartford, can now safely transport prepared foods to its clients.
Thanks to a gift from Foodshare and resources from its “Partnership Program.” With this help, Foodshare worked with House of Bread to help them purchase four shelving units and a bench scale. to transport hot foods.
The House of Bread exists in order to provide urban ministry to the economically disadvantaged in the Hartford area, administrators said. They offer a multitude of programs focusing on hunger, shelter, transitional living, affordable housing, education and job training. Their kitchen offers breakfast and lunch Monday – Friday, lunch on Saturday and Breakfast on Sunday, and serves 300-400 meals daily!
Foodshare’s “Partnership Program” was created by the organization’s Board of Directors to expand the work of Foodshare’s local food pantry, community kitchen, and shelter partners in areas critical to Foodshare’s goal of ending hunger in the region.
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