Events

cal-0814-cl3-circus-01_L-300widePVEN is running several programs and will is represented at many events this throughout the year.  Please come out to meet some of the volunteers, hear more about our mission, and learn how you can get involved.

CURRENT / UPCOMING EVENTS:

Winter 2016 – Regularly scheduled grocery distribution days on Tuesdays and clothing on Fridays.  Call the office to make an appointment.

PAST EVENTS:

Fall / Winter 2016 – PVEN Angel Tree Christmas Gift Program

PVEN Food Pantry once again produced its annual Angel Tree Program to qualifying families with children in our community. Toys are donated by a combination of local churches and individuals, and a great number of additional toys are supplied by The Monroe County Marine Corps Toys For Tots Program.

Summer / Fall 2016 – PVEN Garden Project

This year PVEN is developing its own garden on approximately 3/4 of an acre lent to us by a local farmer on Twin Pines road.  Volunteers helped break ground and till the soil, raise fencing, and plant vegetables donated by several of the same farms that have been providing fresh produce over the years!

Want to help?  Check out the Volunteer page to learn how!

August 21-27 – West End Fair

PVEN will have a booth in the Everett Building this year so you can learn more about how PVEN works, who we serve, and how you can get involved

September 22 – West End Organizers Food Drive

September is Hunger Awareness month.  Our friends at West End Organizers will be coordinating a food drive at Kinsley’s Shop Rite in Brodheadsville on September 22nd.  Be sure to pick up extra canned goods and pasta for the volunteers outside the store.  Click here for more info on the types of food that work best at the pantry.

July 6 to August 17 – PVEN Summer Lunch for Kids

Click here to learn more about this very special summer program to help kids get a quality meal every day, even when school is done for the year.

August 13 – Appenzell Picnic Fundraiser

This year’s Appenzell Picnic (sponsored by St. Mark’s Community Lutheran Church) had  a separate booth just for PVEN.   Visitors to the picnic brought garden produce to the picnic and it will be used by PVEN Food Pantry to supplement the items they give to local families.