, Kingston, NH

April 4, 2013

CROP Hunger Walk

Carriage Towne News

---- — HAMPSTEAD/PLAISTOW - For the 16th consecutive year, Alan Shawn Feinstein will divide $1 million among non profit hunger fighting agencies. His foundation challenge is an incentive to help raise more funds. Last year, Spring CROP Hunger Walks across the nation received an additional $42,394 dollars (an average of $250 per participating Walk) through this challenge.

This annual spring $1 million challenges to fight hunger have raised over $1.5 Billion for hunger-fighting charitable organizations and religious houses of worship nationwide that help the needy. All Spring CROP Hunger Walk donors be alert that their donations and pledges given before April 30th aids this Challenge. You are a part of one of the most successful ongoing efforts ever to fight hunger.

The Greater Hampstead / Plaistow CROP Hunger Walk will be held on May 19th at the Hampstead Congregational Church. The 10 K walks you around Sunset Lake. You can go to to donate or sign in for the Greater Hampstead / Plaistow CROP Hunger Walk. It will be held rain or shine. Donations ensure sustainable access to proper nutritious food and water to the world’s most vulnerable people. Twenty five percent (25%) of funds raised will go to local food pantries in Hampstead, Plaistow, and Salem. So, put your best foot forward and walk! It’s good for your heart and your soles!