LAMOILLE

COMMUNITY

FOOD SHARE



Lamoille Community

Food Share

Events

Lamoille Community Food Share board members and volunteers participate in various events throughout the year. Area organizations and businesses also organize events for our benefit. These events help us to raise funds and awareness. We are very grateful for the support!

Disc Golf Vermont held its Winter fundraiser Ice Bucket XV on a beautiful day at Trapp Family Lodge on Saturday February 26. Players pay to play and solicit donations. LCFS received $8000! They also donated over $2000 to the World Central Kitchen for Ukranian relief.

Click here to see a video of the event.

We want to send out a HUGE thank you to all of those who participate, to Donald P. Blake, Jr, Inc for sponsoring the event and for all of the individuals and businesses who donate prizes. We try to have prizes for all of the participants!

For a list of prizes and their donors for this year's event click HERE.

Lamoille Songwriters in the Round was held on February 10 at Spruce Peak Arts. Singer Songwriters Abby Sherman, John Fusco, Christine Malcolm, Trevor Crist, Lesley Grant and David Karl Roberts sang their hearts out to an enthusiastic crowd both in the theater and live streamed. Each performer chose their songs on the spot in reaction to the song that went before. Thanks to the sponsors of the event- Ten Bends Beer, Stowe Cider, Lamoille Valley Chevrolet and Lamoille Valley Ford- all of the proceeds will go to support Lamoille Community Food Share.

We are so very grateful to these hardworking artists!


The Wolcott Post Office held their Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive in May. Thanks to their letter carriers and all of the kind folks on their routes we received a carload of food.

Terri Leary challenged the Edward Jones Region 91 meeting at Spruce Peak Lodge to a food drive. Look at all the food they collected! We are so grateful to everyone who donated.

We will have a table at this year's Rocktoberfest in Morrisville on Saturday September 24. We will have a 50/50 raffle. Tickets are $5 each or six for $20. We will also be collecting non-perishable food donations. You will get one raffle ticket for every two food items!

Sam Guy challenged local business people to make donations. So many businesses stepped up. We are very grateful!

To see a video of the concert click here.

Justice Hedenberg, one of the co-owners of the Elevate Movement Collective made this terrific video to promote a food drive in December.


Here is Justice delivering all of the food which was donated!