posted on: Jun 26, 2015
PROJECT SHARE TO HOLD ANNIVERSARY HARVEST CELEBRATION COMMEMORATING 30 YEARS OF EMPOWERING NEIGHBORS IN NEED
Anniversary event to benefit local food bank’s endowment fund
Project SHARE today announced it will host the “Project SHARE 30th Anniversary Harvest Celebration: Celebrating the Pearl of our Community and the Legacy of Sustainability” on October 16, at Linwood Estate, Carlisle. The anniversary event will celebrate Project SHARE’s three decades of providing food, nutritional education and access to supportive programs to empower those in need, while raising funds towards the future sustainability of the organization.
“We simply would not be where we are today without the help and support of the Carlisle community,” Project SHARE Founder and Executive Director Elaine Livas said. “Project SHARE was founded on the basic principal that no one should go hungry. Thanks to the many volunteers and community…Read more
posted on: Jun 15, 2015
A big thank you goes out to our recent donors!
Thank you to Denny Maize and the Carlisle Aeromodelers, Inc. The club donated $300 to Project SHARE. Photo by Mike Bethel.
Thank you Paige (six years old) for your donation of canned goods and macaroni and cheese. Even though Paige’s family is planning to move out of state, she plans to continue helping Project SHARE through “Carlisle Kids.”
posted on: May 19, 2015
PROJECT SHARE CUTS RIBBON ON NEW FARM STAND
‘Day of SHARE-ing’ gives back with community service projects
CARLISLE, Pa. (May 18, 2015)—Project SHARE opened the doors to its new farm stand with an open house and ribbon cutting. In celebration, Project SHARE also hosted a “Day of SHARE-ing” with community service projects throughout Carlisle.
“We’re truly overjoyed to see the farm stand doors open to our community,” Project SHARE Executive Director Elaine Livas said. “Our farm stand provides so many community members with access to fresh, nutritious food within walking distance of their homes. Our volunteers, many of whom are recipients, made this dream a reality because of their hard work and dedication.”
The farm stand, located at the corner of Pitt and Lincoln streets, is a supplement…Read more