Spoons For Soup Kitchens is a fundraising campaign to help those looking for food and other essentials in Mid-Coast Maine area. The program is meant to help people who can't meet their basic needs with either food or other general assistants. 100% of your donation goes directly to Mid-Coast Hunger Prevention Program. In return for your donation, a handcrafted spoon made by one of the leading spoon makers in New England, will be mailed to each donor as a thank you for supporting this campaign.* Your direct financial support will helps those in most need.
WHAT IS "SPOONS FOR SOUP KITCHENS"?
"Spoons For Soup Kitchens" is a fundraising campaign founded by Carved Wooden Spoons of Brunswick, Maine. The campaign started in 2015 to help those looking to find basic food assistants and other essential needs. Carved Wooden Spoons has generously donated time, resources, and other costs to make this campaign a success. Jason says, "It's critical that we as a community offer a helping hand to our brothers and sisters who, for what ever reason, find themselves trapped in poverty."
Carved Wooden Spoons covers the cost of materials required to make the spoon, the time required to make the spoon, and the cost of the shipping! This years spoon will be made from cherry wood and hand engraved with "Spoons For Soup Kitchens".
HOW DOES THE PROGRAM WORK?
1. Make your donation directly to MCHPP!
Click on the Donation Link below or this text to make a donation.
2. After you donate, you will receive an email confirming of your donation.
3. Forward your donation confirmation email along with your mailing address to: email@example.com
Once your donation confirmation email has been verified, you will be mailed your 2017 Spoons For Soup Kitchens handcrafted spoon like the one pictured above within 14-days.
HOW MUCH SHOULD I DONATE?
The campaign suggested donation amount is: $50.00, however, prayerfully consider what you are able do give and remember no amount is too small. With your help we can make a difference.
*Limited quantity. Only one spoon per household.