Your Pre-Schooler can get one book a month, that will be mailed directly to them, until the age of 5. To find out how to register for this program, follow the directions below: There is no cost to register, a free program:
Do you live in the zip codes 72631, 72632, 72616? Do you have pre-schoolers in your household? If so, be sure to sign up with the Holiday Island Rotary Foundation by printing this form and mailing it to: P.O. Box 3204 – Holiday Island, Ar 72631 2. Or come visit Loaves & Fishes in Berryville to pick up the form.
Holiday Baskets will arrive on Friday, November 23rd and will be distributed along with food bank foods, until December 21st. The days of the week the food bank is open, is Mondays, Wednesdays & Friday’s 10 am – 2 pm. Tuesday’s 4 pm – 6 pm. The holidays are a time of giving. If your heart is looking to give this holiday season, our Donation Button can be found to your right. We thank you in advance for your generosity this 2018 season.
These students received new backpacks filled with school supplies and their parents received their food allotments today. Project Self-Esteem, another Carroll County nonprofit, raises over $9,000 each year to provide school children living in our client families with brand new school supplies. Whether it is your time for food distribution or not, you may come in to pick up backpacks for your school aged children.
To be eligible, 1) the household must have been served this year by Loaves & Fishes; 2) the child must be in grades k-12 and appear on the household card; 3) a member of the household may pick up bags only for their household.
The “Country Chicks” home extension club purchased copies of these cook books for our clients. The books feature eating healthy as well as eating inexpensively. The club also gave a food demonstration. Thank you, Ladies!