PROJECT SHARE CALLS FOR COMPETITORS AND SPONSORS IN TENTH ANNUAL CANNED FOOD SCULPTURE COMPETITION

posted on: Feb 03, 2016

Project SHARE is calling for competitors and sponsors for its tenth annual canned food sculpture competition to benefit food banks and pantries throughout Central PA. The Canstruction competition will be held Friday, April 22 at the Capital City Mall, Camp Hill.
Participants will compete in creating a design and constructing it entirely out of canned goods. The sculptures will be displayed at the mall from April 22 to April 29.

“Canstruction is a fun way to educate our neighbors about the serious need of food assistance in our community,” said Elaine Livas, Project SHARE founder executive director. “We’re continuously surprised by all the imagination and cannot wait to see what people create this year! When our community comes together, great things happen.”

Canstruction is a charity event committed to ending hunger through a competition…Read more

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Call_for_Entries-Canstruction_2016-1.pdf


Inclement Weather Notice

posted on: Jan 20, 2016

CLOSED JANUARY 26

Project SHARE and the Farm Stand are closed today Tuesday, Jan. 26.

Please review our full inclement weather policy below. Stay safe and warm!

INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY

We follow the Carlisle Schools Delay/Closing Schedule. If Carlisle schools are delayed opening, we are delayed. If Carlisle Schools are closed, we are closed. Safety is the biggest priority.

Wednesday of Distribution week is the only possible delay day; all others will be held at their normal time despite the delay. If school is closed due to weather, Project SHARE will be closed and that distribution day will not be made up.



PROJECT SHARE DRAFTS YOUTH TO TACKLE HUNGER IN SOUPER BOWL

posted on: Jan 19, 2016

Project SHARE is drafting Carlisle-area youth to tackle hunger in its Souper Bowl of Caring. From Jan. 24 through Feb. 7, children and teens will take up a collection on behalf of Project SHARE, asking for at least $1 or one item of food for community members in need.

“We’re looking forward to a record-setting Souper Bowl as our kids set out to tackle hunger,” said Elaine Livas, Project SHARE executive director. “The Souper Bowl carries a simple message. As our neighbors sit down to watch the Big Game with party spreads of subs, dips and snacks, we ask them to take a minute to think about those who can’t afford to indulge. Even one dollar can make a big difference to someone in need.”

The Souper Bowl of Caring is a national movement of young…Read more



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