Chicxulub Food Bank Newsletter September 2013

We are back to helping Sharon with the Chicxulub Food Bank this year and are very excited to meet new people involved with the program. It has been an interesting two years as we watch the families involved in the food bank change and develop. Children that were newborns are now running around as toddlers. This is a great project for the Yucatan and everyone along the Gulf Coast benefits from the aid Sharon provides.

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Sharon hopes to add more families to the Food Bank this year and is always looking for help in the form of donations or volunteers for many of her projects. She has so many ideas and new things to start and is limited only by the number of people who can provide their time. If you are looking for a winter project, the Chicxulub Food Bank may be exactly what you are looking for.

Here is a link to their most recent newsletter. Read Chixculub Food Bank September 2013 Newsletter Now!

To learn more about the Chixculub Food Bank, please take the time to visit with Sharon Helgason through her website. She is always looking to meet new people and is excited for any help you can provide.

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5 Responses to “Chicxulub Food Bank Newsletter September 2013”

  1. Deb and Gunner says:

    We would like to make a donation to this program. If we are able to come to Mexico again this winter we would love to help out when you go. Mom and Dad

    • Kurt says:

      Great, we will pass on the message to Sharon and set things up! Any and all help is appreciated to this great program. We are so happy to be a part of this program.

  2. Samantha Swan says:

    I am so glad I stumbled upon your blog – I did not know about the Food Bank, despite being a frequent visitor to the Yucatan. Thank you. (Like a lot of people I may ask your advice too!)

  3. Angie says:

    Hi Kurt and family,

    We are in town and would love to meet up with your family one day. I heard from Dave and Shirley this is the way I can get in touch with you. Talk soon.
    Cheers,
    Angie.


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