A Special Thank You To Brenda Ewart
Some 26 years ago, as her youngest of three children headed into Grade 1, Richmond Hills Brenda Ewart took a part-time job as manager of the Richmond Hill Community Food Bank.
Our family attended Richmond Hill United Church where the food bank was located at the time, and the minister suggested I apply for the job, explained Ewart, stating one attraction was she could be home before her children returned from school.
But what started as a job, has become a passion and has consumed far more hours each week than originally forecast, and has pulled in her husband, Bob, as well. Although she has been paid, both have donated many volunteer hours over the years to what has become a labour of love for both.
Bob had his eyes opened and so did the kids to the need for the food bank, explained Ewart. And the volunteers have become my friends, my family. Some have volunteered longer than Ive been here! Read more.
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Food Bank Of Lincoln Donation
Lincoln, Nebraska, Friday, May 1, 2020 Automated Systems, Inc. , is a leading provider in award-winning community banking software and support, was recently honored to contribute to a worthy cause during this unprecedented time. ASI is giving back to the community with a generous donation of $8,175.00 to the Food Bank of Lincoln.
The mission of ASI is to Build strong relationships with community banks to create innovative solutions. This ideal extends to the community we serve and the communities our banks serve. As a part of the Lincoln community for the last 39 years, they understand the importance of providing stewardship in their local community. Their donation to the Food Bank of Lincoln will help feed those in need during this pandemic.
|Bradley R. Perry, President and CEO of ASI, stated, We are very excited to help out in any way we can. We understand the importance of community and want to be a part of the solution to help get Lincoln and its surrounding areas through this trying time.|
|John Mabry, Development Director of Food Bank of Lincoln, stated, We are grateful for the generous support of Automated Systems and your employees. We need all the help we can get right now as we see more and more people at our food distributions. This will provide a big boost, and we are thankful.|
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Food Bank Of Lincoln Inc
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Local Restaurants Giving Back To Food Bank Of Lincoln
LINCOLN, Neb. – For the 34th year in a row, local eateries and beverage establishments will rally to fight hunger in Southeast Nebraska. On Wednesday, Sept. 14, 92 community-minded restaurant and beverage industry locations will participate in Dine Out to Help Out by donating at least 10 percent of the days proceeds to the Food Bank of Lincoln to help feed neighbors in need.
The event coincides with Hunger Action Month, a dedicated time for food banks and advocates across the country to take action to fight hunger in our communities. In the Food Bank of Lincolns 16-county service area of Southeast Nebraska, an estimated 49,810 neighbors are facing hunger of that, 14,900 are children under the age of 18, according to data from Feeding America.
Participating locations in Dine Out to Help Out 2022 include:
Creamery all Lincoln locations
Amigos/Kings Classic all Lincoln locations
Arbys all Lincoln locations
Blue Orchid 129 N. 10th Street, Suite 111
Braeda Fresh Express Cafe 4231 S. 33rd Street
Buzzard Billys 247 N. 8th Street, Suite 101
Casa Bovina 4841 N. 84th Street
Culvers all Lincoln locations
Dairy Queen 3835 South Street
DaVincis all Lincoln locations
Engine House Cafe 6028 Havelock Avenue
FireWorks Restaurant 5750 S. 86th Street
Hi-Way Diner 2105 Hwy 2
Honest Abes all Lincoln locations
La Paz Mexican Restaurant 321 N. Cotner Blvd.
Lazlos Brewery & Grill all Lincoln locations
s 2801 Pine Lake Road, Suite A
5020 N. 27th Street
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The Richmond Hill Community Food Bank is a non-government, independently run non-profit agency, founded to provide temporary emergency food assistance to those in need. Our strength is the generous support of the people of Richmond Hill, Thornhill and Maple, corporate supporters, food drives by churches and schools, and our staff of amazing volunteers. The food bank has a strong history in the community and became a charitable organization in 1991. It is overseen by a volunteer board of directors and has one paid, part-time manager, Lee Reynolds.
When in season, we receive fresh produce through a variety of sources: farmers markets, Seeds For Change , local gardeners and through Feed Ontario and From Earth to Table.
Financial contributions are used by the Richmond Hill Community Food Bank to provide the best services and deliver help to the people we assist.