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Feed Our Vets Video Blog – Why We Do What We Do

Feed Our Vets Founder & Executive Director Rich Synek talks about why we do what we do and why our food pantries for Veterans are so important.


Feed Our Vets Video Blog – How Feed Our Vets Got Started

Feed Our Vets Video Blog – Founder & Executive Director Rich Synek describes how Feed Our Vets got started.

Feed Our Vets – Chipotle New Hartford Fundraiser Feb. 2


Chipotle Fundraiser Feed Our Vets Feb 2 2017

Make dinner a selfless act by joining us for a fundraiser to support Feed Our Vets. Come in to the Chipotle at 4815 Commercial Drive in New Hartford

Thursday, February 2nd between 4:00pm and 9:00pm

Bring in this flyer, show it on your smartphone or tell the cashier you’re supporting the cause to make sure that 50% of the proceeds will be donated to Feed Our Vets.


Stony Creek Beer Fundraiser for Feed Our Vets

Stony Creek Beer donated $1,181 from their Kick The Keg to Feed Hungry Veterans Event today. Owner David Wollner collected money during his special brew campaign during November, and presented a check to Michael Beattie on Friday Dec 2nd. The money will help fund the Feed our Vets food pantry in Utica New York.

Keep the Stony Creek Beer fundraiser going by donating today.

And when you’re in Connecticut, visit Stony Creek Beer, tell them thanks, and try one of their delicious craft brews!

Stony Creek Beer
5 Indian Neck Ave
Branford, Connecticut

Also, like them on Facebook!

“We at Stony Creek Brewery are a small, experienced team with big ambitions and an all-in commitment to Connecticut craft beer.We make progressive craft beers that are both familiar and surprising, and always exceed expectations. Located on the banks of the Branford River, in shoreline Branford, CT, we feature a full lineup of aggressively laid back beers, all available in our beautiful waterfront tasting room and in establishments throughout Connecticut.”


Michael Beattie biked 12,000 miles to help feed veterans in need

Michael Beattie, who biked 12,000 to help feed veterans in need and support Feed Our Vets veteran hunger programs was interviewed on WCSH’s 207 Show about his experience.


12,000 miles is a long way to travel.

To cover 12,000 miles, you’d have to go between Portland and Presque Isle 42 times.

At age 67, Michael Beattie set out on 12,000 mile bike ride. He circled the country on bike, raising awareness about the need to feed veterans. His work was formally recognized by Congress but little action has been taken.

He says one easy step Washington could take that would make a huge difference for hungry vets: funding our country’s many food banks.

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