June 14, 2020 - Sudbury Race Amity Day

According to Feeding America, 1 in 8 people in eastern Massachusetts are likely to experience food insecurity in 2020.

 

Join us as we extend amity to those in need during this difficult time by hosting a no-contact food drive to benefit the Sudbury Food Pantry, then gather together via Zoom to watch the National Center for Race Amity's virtual celebration. 

9:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M. - Food Drive

Drop off your non-perishable food donations in the Peter Noyes parking lot behind Sudbury's Town Hall. Please place your donations item-by-item into the labeled boxes by donation type. Rain or shine.

Click here for a list of most-needed items.

Click here for the no-contact procedure for dropping off donations.

Click here for a flier that you can print or share via email.

Click here for an image that you can share via social media.

3:45 P.M. - Gathering of Friends

Join us via Zoom as we gather together as friends to watch the National Center for Race Amity's annual Race Amity Day celebration. Click here to join the gathering.

Click here for a flier that you can print or share via email.

Click here for an image that you can share via social media. 

In this video about the Sudbury Food Pantry created by Sudbury Race Amity Day Task Force member Donna Moy-Bruno in 2014, we learn why the pantry is so important to our community and even more important during a time of increased food insecurity

The Sudbury Food Pantry served families from 76 cities and towns in Massachusetts in 2019.

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