The Dublin Food Pantry is gearing up for an evening you don’t want to miss.
Over the years, The Dublin Food Pantry has relied on community support through food drives, local fundraisers, and corporate donations to keep their doors open and shelves filled until 2020 when the Dublin Food Pantry launched a $3 million capital campaign to meet the community’s growing needs and purchase and renovate a larger, more accessible facility.
Inspired by the energy of support fostered through the capital campaign, community member and pantry volunteer Barb Anderson felt moved to rally a committee of six pantry volunteers: Candy Kennedy, Susan Hutcheson, Sue O’Donnell, Sue Boehmer, Bev Ross, and Kristen Lam to supplement a first-annual fundraiser to sustain the new pantry by providing a new experience for pantry donors and Dublin neighbors.
Event Chairperson Barb Anderson says, “We are excited to gather in the spirit of the community to raise awareness on the impact hunger has on our community and how the Dublin Food Pantry has been a vital resource of support to our neighbors.”
The first of its kind event, called Bounty at Bridge Park will take place on Sunday, September 17th, starting at 6pm and consist of an evening of celebration, connection, and impact.
All are welcome to enjoy cocktails and appetizers before a meal provided by North Market at Bridge Park. After dinner, guests can expect a lineup of speakers sharing heartfelt stories on how the Dublin Food Pantry has impacted their lives.
Bounty at Bridge Park is only possible with the support of local business sponsors. The Dublin Food Pantry would like to extend its gratitude to Osteopathic Heritage Foundation and EASE Logistics for their generous contributions to the pantry and ongoing support of our mission to #feeddublin.
Sponsorships are still available. If your business would like to support The Dublin Food Pantry at Bounty at Bridge Park, please contact email@example.com.
We cannot wait to see everyone there! Visit our website for more details and to secure your spot.