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August 2017
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 • Cooking and serving at Nashua Children's Home Event: Cooking and serving at Nashua Children's Home
Time: 10:00:00 AM
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Cooking and serving for kids at Nashua Children's Home. If you would like to volunteer or sponsor a meal, please email us.Thank you!

Regards,
Shefali Kalyani
Founder/President of WCC
 
 

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 • Cooking for Dover Children's Home Event: Cooking for Dover Children's Home
Time: 12:00:00 PM
Description:
We purchase groceries, cook and feed children at the Dover Children's Home in Dover, NH. If you would like to volunteer or sponsor a meal, please email us.
 
Regards,
Shefali Kalyani
Founder/President of WCC

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 • Cooking and serving at Nashua soup kitchen Event: Cooking and serving at Nashua soup kitchen
Time: 1:00:00 PM
Description:
Cooking and serving at Nashua Soup Kitchen. We purchase fresh groceries, cook and feed those in need. We feed approximately 225 people each month in this soup kitchen. If you would like to volunteer or sponsor a meal, please email us. Thank you.
 
Address:
42 Chestnut St  Nashua, NH 03061
 
Regards,
Shefali Kalyani
Founder/President of WCC

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Did You Know?

Hunger Facts in USA:

  1. 1 in 6 people in America face hunger.
  2. Households with children reported a significantly higher food insecurity rate than households without children in 2011. 20.6 percent vs. 12.2 percent.
  3. Food insecurity exists in every county in America. In 2011, 17.9 million households were food insecure.
  4. 50.1 million Americans struggle to put food on the table.
  5. In the US, hunger isn’t caused by a lack of food, but rather the continued prevalence of poverty.
  6. More than 1 in 5 children is at risk of hunger. Among African-Americans and Latinos, it’s 1 in 3.

A message from the President: 
Our Story:

The idea of service has always been close to my heart. In 2012, I decided to call local soup kitchens to lend a hand. To my dismay, I was met with rejection as soup kitchens claimed they were simply “all set.” I persisted, and a few months later, I received an invitation from the Nashua Soup Kitchen to cook and serve their Saturday dinner. My family and friends pitched in, and together we served our first meal to 200 people. The rest is history!

Today, We Care Charity is a 501 C(3) non-profit with a lot of heart. We serve about 1800 meals per month, donate 16,000 pounds of clothes, and keep over 375 impoverished students in school. Our four branches of service touch both my homes- USA and India:

1. 11 Soup Kitchens: We cook and serve 1300 fresh, home-cooked meals every month to 11 soup kitchens who need a helping hand. We believe everyone deserves the highest quality service and the food is given with dignity.

2. Children’s Homes: We cook and serve 500 fresh, home-cooked meals to children at the Nashua & Portsmouth Children’s Homes. Additionally, we’re always there to celebrate birthdays, holidays, and to lend guidance or offer a listening ear.

3. Food for Education: We provide grains for 120 impoverished families in India, 375 enabling children to attend class instead of working or begging for food. Additionally, we sponsor private-school education for 26 students.

4. WCC Meals on Wheels program is for the families or individuals who are going through a rough patch such as sickness in family, hospitalization, death, a new baby. Our volunteers provide fresh cooked meals to those families. 

My husband and I have built this non-profit from the ground-up; it’s truly a grassroots effort. We wouldn’t be where we are without your continued love and support. We’re always looking for financial assistance and volunteers, which are both crucial to our growth and success. As a reminder, 100% of your donations reach those in need. Thank you!
Shefali
 

Our sponsorship information and prices:  Please help us help them by sponsoring.
 We feed people & nourish souls
 
Nashua, NH: Our Children's Home lunch sponsorship $175 
Nashua, NH: Our Children's Home Pizza Sponsorship is $200 
Nashua, NH Sponsor a birthday party for a child Sponsorship $100
Nashua, NH: Our Soup Kitchen Sponsorship $300
Nashua, NH: 3 shelters in Nashua, NH Sponsorship $100
Portsmouth, NH: We cook & serve for a local shelter Sponsorship $100
Salem, NH: We cook and serve for our soup kitchen Sponsorship $100
Worcester, MA: We cook and serve at a local shelter Sponsorship $100
Worcester, MA: We cook and serve for vets once a month Sponsorship $150
Marlborough, MA: We cook and serve for homeless men's shelter Sponsorship $50
Quincy, MA: We cook and serve for a homeless shelter Sponsorship $250
Brockton, MA: We cook and serve for a homeless shelter Sponsorship $250
Lowell, MA: We cook and serve for 2 homeless family shelter. Sponsorship $200
Chelmsford, MA: We cook and serve disabled and elderly. Sponsorship $300
 

Something special for our Veterans! Every Memorial Day and Every Veteran's Day we do something different for our Vets. We have donated brand new blankets to our Veteran friends, have given Thank you cards with gift cards inside. We try to do something practical and useful and thank each one personally who come to our soup kitchens. This is just a small drop in an ocean from our family at We Care Charity. Sponsorship for this full project is $500. However, no donation is too small. Thank you.

Pune, India: Our Education for Grain Distribution Sponsorship is $1 per day which supports a family
Ahmedabad, India: Sponsorship for our slum children who attend private school $350 per child per year
 
Special Occasions: 
Thanks Giving Food Baskets for those in need: $50 per basket
Christmas Food Baskets for those in need: $50 per basket
Easter Basket for children in Children's Home: $20 per basket 
 

Be part of a solution by supporting your grass root organization. We choose to be local and help our communities in our back yard.  Donations, ideas for fundraisers, are always welcome. :-)

Donatehttp://www.wecarecharity.org/online_payment.aspx


With Gratitude,
Shefali Kalyani President/Founder
603-560-1471
shefalikalyani@gmail.com
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