Bolton and Harvard church buildings host ‘salmon run’ to benefit WHEAT Clinton

BOLTON/HARVARD – This is absolutely a various type of social support venture.

Holy Trinity Parish’s Social Justice Committee has challenged congregants and the wider group to accumulate cans of salmon for those people much less fortuitous, contacting it the WHEAT Salmon Operate.

“Food insecurity is getting worse and worse locally as far more persons are unemployed since of the pandemic,” explained Sharon Shepela, chair of the Social Justice Committee. Food stuff insecurity “refers to the scenario of not acquiring enough food stuff in one’s residence and not realizing when or how 1 will have the revenue to purchase it.” 

Holy Trinity Parish is St. Francis Xavier Church, in Bolton, and St. Theresa, in Harvard.

The church buildings are collecting 400 cans of salmon to donate to WHEAT, the social service agency found in Clinton, which operates a food items pantry for inhabitants of Clinton, Bolton, and other cities in the region. WHEAT feeds 350 to 400 shoppers a thirty day period and, according to Shepela, their purchasers truly like salmon, so the committee would like to provide each and every loved ones with a can of salmon.