NIN in the News

This just in from the Windham Magazine
Harvesting the Future: Johnson's Highland View Farm More Than a Remnant of Town's Colonial Past featuring NIN partner farmer, Scott Johnson.


Watch our new Neighbors In Need video!

Listen to Our Executive Director Discuss Hunger and Obesity!

From the Eagle Tribune

An a-maize-ing gesture Windham farmer teams up with Lawrence charity

Local mom on mission to save food from waste NIN is now partnering with this food rescue initiative underway in Andover Public Schools.

Bountiful Harvest: Farmers Share Veggies With the Needy

More Need Help This Thanksgiving "Sharing God’s bounty with others is one way area schools, religious groups and businesses celebrate Thanksgiving." ""    

Green Team gets kids out on the farm "A group of teenagers from Lawrence is out in Windham, N.H., and up to their elbows in dirt. But they're not fooling around. They're growing vegetables to help feed the poor. "

Teen farmers from Lawrence help grow fresh vegetables to feed to poor "In the not so distant future, Jesenia Lopez hopes to be a fashion designer whose creations will be worn by top models and noticed by the haute couture. "

Food pantries seeing more patrons "They are people who would normally donate a few spare cans to a food drive, but now they find themselves in the opposite position — waiting in line for a bag of free groceries."

Andover children raise voices for food pantry benefit "Fourth- and fifth-graders from South School in Andover will join classical singers and organists for a concert Sunday to benefit Neighbors In Need."

LAWRENCE: Food pantry helps feed the hungry for 25 years Twenty-five years later, Neighbors in Need has distributed more than 4 million pounds of food through its seven pantries in Lawrence and one in Methuen, as well as delivering food to elderly housing, a women's shelter and a rooming house all in Lawrence.
From The Rumbo News

Community Day Americorps Fellows Spent Day Giving Back to the Community "Fellows working with Neighbors in Need To Stock Local Pantries."

MVCC Breakfast with Mayors and Managers - Page 16

From the Andover Townsman

Cereal fills and ark - and a need Ballardvale United Church collecting food for the needy this Sunday. Great article about NIN Board Member and Pastor of Ballardvale United Church, Will Green and the cereal his church collects for NIN.

Bountiful Harvest

South Church teens reach out and serve

Neighbors in Need Garners 100k Grant Funds will support fight against hunger in the region.

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