Featured Organization – June 20, 2019
(Concert Featuring Jim Quick & Coastline)
New for 2019!
The Alive After Five Committee is proud to announce a collaboration with three Sampson County non-profits organizations whose missions include serving both adults and children in need across Sampson County. Each organization and their members work tirelessly in serving others and the Alive After Five committee is excited to serve as a conduit to support and promote their efforts. During the remainder of the season, the Alive After Five Committee will partner with the Christian Food Bank of Salemburg, Back Pack Buddies and the Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce’s Chamber Coat Closet.
The Christian Food Bank of Salemburg works to serve those in need through the collection, purchasing, and distribution of perishable and non-perishable foods. The Christian Food Bank of Salemburg annually distributes approximately 60,000 bags of groceries and serves over 12,000 people across Sampson County. In addition to being known for serving the community, the Food Bank has gained local, regional and national attention with its very popular comedy/cooking team known as The Shed Heads. The Shed Heads is comprised of some of the Food Bank’s foundering members and volunteers who became a social media hit with their humorous, down-home, comedy videos. Members of the The Shed Heads will be on-hand at the June 20th concert to accept donations of non-perishable food items or cash donations.
Concert attendees are encouraged to bring at least three non-perishable food items per person to support the ongoing efforts of the Christian Food Bank of Salemburg. Suggested Items Include:
Canned Meats (Spam, etc.)
Canned Tuna and Salmon
Jelly (no glass)
Canned or Dry Soups
Canned Stews and Chili
Coffee (ground no beans)
Canned Pasta (Spaghetti “O’s”)
Hot and Cold Cereals
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Packaged Pasta (Macaroni & Cheese, etc.)
Drink Boxes (Hi-C, etc)
Baby Food & Cereal (glass jars accepted)
Baby Formula (Enfamil/Similac)