Sign-up for the 13.5-mile bike-a-thon along the scenic East Bay Bike Path from Bristol to India Point Park
Or register for the 3K walkathon and obstacle course at India Point Park
And Put an End to Hunger in Our State
Stay to feast on some of Rhode Island's tastiest treats - Food Trucks, celebrity chefs, Farmers' Market and more.
Jacques Pepin and his grand-daughter, Shorey will prepare a delicious recipe from her new cookbook and tell stories with Robin Kall.
And much more.
Then enjoy a wonderful concert in the park featuring Jen Chapin from Why Hunger, the hunger relief organization created by her father Harry Chapin.
Rhode Island music royalty will be there to perform featuring Mark Cutler and The Men of Great Courage.
The Rhode Island Community Food Bank distributes food to people in need through a statewide network of 167 member agencies.These agencies include food pantries, meal sites, shelters, youth programs and senior centers.
Our mission is to provide access to land, education and other resources so people in Rhode Island can grow food in environmentally sustainable ways and create community food systems where locally produced, affordable and healthy food is available to all.
A non-profit focused on building community gardens where people rent plots and donate a portion of what they raise to the nearest food pantry, veteran's home or low-income housing complex.
Amos House is a leading social service agency in Rhode Island, managing the largest soup kitchen in the state, providing social services to over 15,000 people a year and housing nearly 165 men, women and children a night. More than 500 adults have graduated from its training programs.
We Share Hope, a Rhode Island based food rescuer is unique from other organizations in that our role is to locate, gather, and distribute food and nonfood items to groups that feed the poor, distressed, and the under privileged.
WhyHunger is a leader in building the movement to end hunger and poverty by connecting people to nutritious, affordable food and by supporting grassroots solutions that inspire self-reliance and community empowerment.
Rhode Islanders are hungry! 1 in 8 are food insecure -- one of the highest rates in the region. Children and elderly are the hardest hit with 25% of children below the poverty line and our elderly choosing medicine -- or food. But that’s not who we are as a people -- We look after our neighbors. We can make sure people have enough to eat. We may be little, but we’re mighty. Proceeds go to the RI Community Food Bank, Southside Community Land Trust, RI Feeds RI, We Share Hope, Amos House, Why Hunger and other front-line hunger relief efforts. Your neighbors need you.