Celebrate West Hartford, Pancakes, and Moe's: Benefit Town That Cares

Several events this weekend will benefit the Town of West Hartford's Town That Cares Fund

The Town That Cares Fund supports the West Hartford Food Pantry, Back to School Program, summer recreation scholarships, the Hillcrest Neighborhood Outreach Center, and energy assistance for needy families in West Hartford.

The Town That Cares is a charity fund is administered by the Dept. of Leisure and Human Services for the benefit the communities most vulnerable residents.

There are many ways that YOU can help support The Town of West Hartford’s, Town That Cares Charity Fund this weekend.

“As the summer approaches our food donations decrease, however our needs are still here. We still need to service the individuals that visit the pantry all year. Our stock is starting to deplete rapidly. We also provide backpacks with school supplies to qualified West Hartford students. Every school in the West Hartford district has had students benefit from this program in past years. With all the budget cuts we need to find ways in which to fund and continue all of our programs. West Hartford is such a caring community and we are always amazed at the support that The Town That Cares receives from town residents. It is all about neighbors helping neighbors," said Barbara Roberts, Volunteer Coordinator.

At , the Town That Cares will be face painting, selling tie-dyed lollipops, and recycling cans and bottles, all to benefit programs for West Hartford residents of need. The Town That Cares tent will be located in front of Town Hall’s main doors.

Sponsored by Wyllys-St. John’s Lodge No. 4

Sunday June 10, 2012
11 South Main St., West Hartford (next to the old Friendly’s)
8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Adults $8.00
Children $2.00
$1.00 of for each non-perishable food item

will donate 10% of your order to the Town That Cares
Sunday June 10th from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Bring the attached flier (see PDF) and present to cashier or mention you are there to support the Town That Cares.

Please find a way to support your neighbors in need this weekend. Thank you for your support!

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