posted on: Mar 11, 2015
Due Date for projects: April 15th
For Carlisle’s Northwest neighborhood, FREE HELP ON HOME AND YARD PROJECTS.
Do you need help with a home repair or small improvement project? Volunteers from many Carlisle Churches and Neighborhood Organizations will be available to work with you on May 16. Projects can be from Westside homeowners or renters in the general area between N. College St, N. Hanover St, West Louther St & E St. If you are physically able, we ask that you work on the project with us so we can tackle it together. Our labor will be free and we’ll bring tools. Once projects are submitted we will evaluate which projects we can handle, ensuring we have a skilled supervisor, volunteers and the tools ready for 3-4 hours of work that day. If you need expensive materials,…Read more
posted on: Mar 09, 2015
First Presbyterian, on the Square, invites you to enhance your spiritual journey toward Easter by attending Wednesday, Noontime Lenten Concerts & Soup Lunches, Wed., Feb. 25 thru Wed., April 1. Concerts are free; your suggested $5 donation for lunch goes to Project SHARE. All are welcome!
March 11: Jennifer Blyth (piano)(First Presbyterian)
March 18: Mark Romig (piano)(Second Presbyterian)
March 25: Singers from “Cantate Carlisle”
April 1: Aaron Sunstein (organ)(First Evangelical Lutheran)
posted on: Mar 02, 2015
We’re asking our Cumberland County neighbors to join our annual “SHARE Your Lunch” initiative on April 1. The one-day fundraiser challenges participants to simply donate the monetary equivalent of a day’s lunch.
“The collective power of our community can accomplish great things,” Project SHARE founder and executive director Elaine Livas said. “A few dollars and cents make a big difference to someone facing difficult times. If everyone in our community shares their lunch money with someone in need, we’ll be able to touch thousands of lives.”
Funds raised through the “SHARE Your Lunch” initiative will be used immediately to provide monthly food distribution and emergency food assistance to neighbors in need in western Cumberland County.
All donations help. Project SHARE is able to turn a $1 donation into $10. This is possible through a combination of contributions, gleaning, business…Read more