GROVELAND 一 Town of Groveland is proud to announce it was named as one of a dozen Community Champions by the the Seacoast Food Providers Network, a regional network of food pantries and community kitchens.
The Groveland Council on Aging was one of a dozen agencies honored on Tuesday, Oct. 25, at a breakfast held at the Blue Ocean Event Center in Salisbury.
Over the last 10 years, the Groveland Council on Aging and other honorees have worked to coordinate holiday programs, cross-promote programs through flyers, and shared resources with creative ideas for food distribution across the 12 cities and towns the network operates in.
Groveland Council on Aging Assistant Director Nisha Burke and Outreach Coordinator Maria Yagual were in attendance at the breakfast to accept the honor.
“We are grateful to Seacoast Food Providers for the work that they do, and honored to be recognized,” said Assistant Director Burke. “The Council on Aging looks forward to working with the seniors and the entire community to combat food insecurity.”
About Seacoast Food Providers:
The Seacoast Food Providers Network is an active network of food pantries and community kitchens in the Seacoast New Hampshire region focused on improving the charitable food delivery system. As a community, food providers in the network share best practices, resources, and coordinate food sharing to ensure all are implementing leading edge practices and that end users have dignified access to fresh food of their choice. For more information, visit: https://www.seacoastfoodprovidersnetwork.com/.