Community Connections

We are fortunate to be in a community which thrives on helping one another. We are proud of our connections with local businesses and other community organizations. Neighbors helping neighbors is the way to go.

Our friends at Muddy Moose encourage their customers to play arcade and pinball machines and donate all of the proceeds to LCFS. We received $250!

Janet Martinez of Burt's Irish Pub in Stowe encourages her customers to play games with the proceeds going to LCFS. We cannot thank Janet enough for all of her support!

When Board member Jan Tichansky's daughter Joan Molee and grandaughters Dominique and Francesca come to visit from New Jersey, they don't come empty handed. They come with toys, books, games and lots of "extras". What a treat for our clients!

When Wheel House Designs held their sock sale they asked people to bring food donations. For each donation they received three free pairs of socks. We received a truckload of food! Thanks to the Wheel House folks and their customers!

The staff in the tasting room at  The Alchemist in Stowe asked their patrons to donate to LCFS for the month of September We received over $2500! A huge thanks to everyone at the Alchemist and, of course, their customers!

Turtle Fur held its factory sale November 4&5. They gave customers a fleece headband if they brought in a food donation. We received a truckload of food!

Our friends at IBM, Global Foundries and People's Bank got together on a food drive to benefit us and other food shelves. they made it fun by using the food to build models. What a great way to have fun and help at the same time!


Judy and Erin from NorthCountry Federal Credit Union stopped by with a check for $1900! They hope their new Morrisville office will be open in January. What great new neighbors!

The folks at Green Mountain Technical and Career Center (GMTCC) held a food drive and brought a huge carload of food.

Stowe Mercantile held its annual visit with Santa. LCFS receives $10 for each child that visits! Thanks to Marc, Trudy and everyone who participated.

Pat, Martha, Sharon and Lorraine from the Elmore United Methodist Church Feeding Ministry brought in beautifully packaged fixings for 12 Christmas meals- complete with frozen turkeys. What a lovely way for Lorraine to honor her late father. The church has long delivered casseroles to the pantry on a monthly basis.

Customers of Shaw's Market in Stowe were amazingly generous during the Spirit of Giving Campaign. Take a look at the huge amount of food donated to LCFS.  Over $11,000 donated was donated!

Hannaford sold its Helping Hands boxes over the holidays. LCFS was fortunate to receive 267 of these boxes packed with food.

Trudy presents  a check for $2600 to Board Vice President Darsey Moon.

Curves of Morrisville  held their annual food drive in March. They waived their enrollment fee for anyone who brought in a bag of food. They collected 1643 pounds! Kevin was happy to accept the food from Melanie Benson.

During the month of May, for every bag sold at the Morrisville Hannaford LCFS will receive 25 cents. Purchase your reusable bag in May- help our landfills and LCFS at the same time!

One client was inspired to write a check for $1000! Penny Maskell of Curves is seen here presenting the check to Board Member Pam Hammel.