Camping for Hunger totals

We have exceeded last years totals thanks to so many people who donated to make

this all possible. Reaching over 12 thousand in monetary donations as well as 8 tons of food.

We would not have been able to do this without each and every one of you.

Thank you so very much for your heart warming donations.

We truly live in an amazing community.

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Wrapping up Camping for Hunger with drop off locations delivering

Donations continue to come in as drop off locations wrap up the 13 annual Camping for Hunger campaign by bringing in what you have donated.

Pictured is Lt. Robbie Seal of the Warren County Sheriff’s Office dropping off the donations he collected at the various trash convenience sites in the county.

We have a few more drop off locations reporting in as we wrap up this effort.

Thanks to the community’s efforts thousands are assured that they will not go hungry through spring.

Your donations to the 13 annual Camping for Hunger campaign have made all the difference to help Congregational Community Action Project (C-Cap) feed those in need.

C-Cap and the River 953 are grateful for the efforts of the business community, first responders and the community at large for making the difference for thousands in our community.

Once all the donations are collected we will have the totals to show how much of a difference you have made for those in need.

Thank You for Your Support of Camping for Hunger 2021.

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Donations for Camping for Hunger are accepted through Sat. 11/20

Fire and Rescue Departments from around the region dropped off donations for Camping for Hunger yesterday Nov. 17.

Boy Scout Troop 52 also dropped off over 500 pounds of non perishable food donations they collected in their annual Scouting for Food Campaign.

All those donations have been packed and stacked by volunteers from Dominion Ridge Academy into the Camping for Hunger bus to make room for more necessary donations to feed those in need in Warren County.

Congregational Community Action Project (C-Cap) will use every donation they can get to help supply the needs through spring.

It is a community effort that wouldn’t be possible without your support.

Today you can bring those non perishable food donations and monetary donations to 1106 Elm St. Front Royal.

You can also meet Warren County Sheriff’s Deputy Robbie Seal at the Rt. 340 Trash Convenience site for food donation pick up until 7 tonight Nov.18.

Other food drop off locations are listed at this location.

A secure monetary donation can also be made here as well.

C-Cap through their partnership with various organizations can produce four meals with one dollar so as you see all donations of any kind will help.

Thank you for your support of Camping for Hunger.

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Camping for Hunger accepting donations through Sat. 11/20

photo credit the river 953 used by permission

The Camping for Hunger donations continue to grow at 1106 Elm St. Front Royal.

The bus was just visited by volunteer Fire and Rescue personnel dropping off donations, pictured.

We are also thankful to you for an over flowing donation box from Samuels Public Library.

A new box has been placed at Samuel’s Public Library and other drop off locations are found by clicking here.

The needed donations will help C-Cap feed our friends and neighbors through spring.

Click here for all Camping for Hunger information including a secure monetary donation link.

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Camping for Hunger bus is ready for loading volunteers are welcome

The Camping for Hunger bus is now in place for ease of loading of those non perishable food donations Nov. 15 -20.

Non perishable food donations to be transferred to the bus can be dropped off at any of the locations at this link.

Volunteers are a vital part of this community effort to feed those in need.

For a rewarding experience and if you would like to help out in anyway contact the Congregational Community Action Project (C-CAP).

C-Cap could always use volunteers with any skill set you have for all their projects all year long.

Thank you for your efforts in supporting the Camping for Hunger campaign.

Click here for all the Camping for Hunger information.

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News Maker Joanne Koszyk of C-Cap on Camping for Hunger

We begin loading the Camping for Hunger bus in a week Nov. 15 through the 20.

Congregational Community Action Project (C-Cap) is the main distributing beneficiary of this community effort.

We spoke with C-Cap Executive Director Joanne Koszyk about the types of donations that work best for those in need in our latest news maker segment.

The good news is brought to you by the town of Front Royal.

Joanne explains the types of donations that are best for this community.

She goes on to explain the ways to donate and other needs of C-Cap as well.

We appreciate the support of this community effort and for all the details on Camping for Hunger click here thank you.

Click here for Joanne’s interview.

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News Maker Jacob Matz of BRAFB on support of Camping for Hunger

Blue Ridge Area Food Bank (BRAFB) of Winchester is one of the organizations supporting Congregational Community Action Projects (C-Caps) and food panties throughout the valley.

We spoke with BRAFB’s Partner Engagement Manager Jacob Matz about the efforts behind feeding the hungry in our latest news maker segment.

The good news is brought to you by the town of Front Royal.

Jacob explains the massive effort in trying to help those in need.

Jacob also talks about all the different ways to help with these efforts.

Contributing to such campaigns as Camping for Hunger with donations of any kind helps tremendously.

Click here for information on Camping for Hunger.

Click here for Jacob’s interview.

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The community came through for 2 fundraisers

Community support was overwhelming over the weekend for two fundraisers.

In the fundraiser for Mason Ryder over $1500 was raised to offset the bills for the 8 year old liver transplant patient.

Donations can still be made at Mason Ryder’s Journey Facebook Page.

At the Virginia Beer Museum a gathering of supports raised over $6,000 for local musician James Vaughan.

The money will go towards helping James offset bills from a stroke.

James promises to donate whatever funds are leftover after bills are paid.

The fundraisers met tremendous success thanks to the community.

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