Help Needed: Bennington

The Kitchen Cupboard, expects especially high demand this week due to flooding. Today, you can drop off non-perishable food donations and other household necessities at Crazy Russian Girls Bakery, 443 Main Street (7 AM to 6 PM) or the First Baptist Church office, 601 Main Street (9 AM to 3 PM). If you have questions, you can contact the Bakery’s Natasha Garder at 802/681-3983 or Rev. Jerrod Hugenot at 802/442-2105, ext. 1.

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6 Responses to Help Needed: Bennington

  1. Reed Goossen - phone is 447-3578 says:

    Do you need volunteer workers? I am available on Wednesday and Thursday if you need helpers. I may be able to dig out some kitchen items too (pots, etc), or do you just want consumables?

  2. Eric says:

    Can food be dropped off tomorrow, Thursday 9/1?

    • patti says:

      My daughter lives in Illinois and is wanting to help somehow. She works at the public library and is thinking about starting a clothing drive – is there any place that is accepting clothing donations?

  3. Patricia Guerrero says:

    Woodford and all its loss has not been mentioned. They have been stranded due to the bridges
    damage. What can we do to help these people?

    • Reality VC says:

      If you can get more information on exactly where these people are and what they need we can put out a blog post and get people there within the hour. Email us “help needed” and any concrete information you have at vtresponse(at)yahoo(dot)com

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