Bring Non-perishables for Rosie’s Place

Rosie’s Place is now required to serve meals that are prepared in their safe serve certified kitchen. Our casserole program of thirty years has come to a close. We are thankful for the many cooks who generously cooked for Rosie’s Place.

How can Hancock continue to help Rosie’s Place?

Hancock volunteers can now bring items to Hancock to help Rosie’s stock its pantry with non-perishable foods, drive those items to Rosie’s, donate money to sponsor meals, and/or cook and serve at Rosie’s.

On Sunday, September 14, we will be accepting pantry items such as brown rice, dried beans, dried fruit, plus breakfast foods (oatmeal, cheerios, rice krispies, raisin bran, and granola bars). Boxes will be available in the narthex and at the back entrance of Hancock. Look for announcements throughout the church year in order to mark your calendar for Rosie’s pantry Sundays.

At the Activities Fair on that same Sunday, Hancock members can sign up to be drivers, cooks and servers, and donors.

Please contact Meg Weston or Lauren Shifflett to sign up to volunteer if you cannot attend the Activities Fair.