AUNE Supports Local Community Kitchen and Shelter

The AUNE community offers support to the local community in various ways throughout the year.  A recent round-up of the 2015 efforts indicated a generous offering of both time and money as it benefited the Community Kitchen in Keene, New Hampshire:

  • 526 pounds of non-perishable food
  • 54 cans of pet food
  • 79 winter hats
  • 58 mittens & gloves
  • 40 scarves
  • 2 pairs of boots
  • 5 coats
  • About 4 bags of stationery for Back-to-School
  • Also, several individuals served dinner once a month, handed out food boxes during the holidays, and helped sort and organize food

Food for pets and people collected and awaiting delivery!

A sampling of the school supplies collected.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In addition, AUNE’s 2015 Winterfest raised $780.00 to benefit Keene’s Hundred Nights Shelter, a community organization committed to providing a warm, safe shelter to those in need from 7pm to 7am during the winter months.

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