Our Plan To Keep All Of Our Neighbors Full
What will that look like? Our 3-year goals include:
Wishing you and yours a happy and healthy holiday season,
Progress Happening Fast at Seacoast Regional Food Hub
We don't need to imagine much longer.
Since final permits were secured and the official groundbreaking for the Seacoast Regional Food Hub was held in August, much has been accomplished at 114 Bridge Road in Salisbury.
The construction team, led by Fishbone Project Management and Artisan Building Group, Inc., immediately began demolition in the market area and reframed it for the market refrigerators and office.
In the warehouse, the floor preparation for the refrigeration units is complete and installation of the units has begun.
SPS Construction is leading the outside work for the Cross-Dock, excavating the area and filling it with more than 42 truckloads of concrete — all donated — to mitigate the water table.
By January 1, the loading dock ramps will be complete, the docks will be well underway, refrigeration and the freezer will be installed, and floors will be refinished!
Learn more about the project here.
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Support your Neighbors on Giving Tuesday
The holiday season is the busiest time of year at Our Neighbors' Table as we work to make sure everyone's plate is full. This only happens thanks to your support.
If you have considered giving in the past, or would like to donate again to support our efforts, Giving Tuesday on November 28 is a great time to do it.
Giving Tuesday was created in 2012 as a simple idea: a day that encourages people to do good. Since then, it has grown into a year-round global movement that inspires hundreds of millions of people to give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity.
Every dollar of support pays for a meal for a neighbor in need!