With honor and sincere congratulations to Cole Benedict for devoting 500 hours of volunteer service to the East Hampton Food Pantry. As far back as we can remember, after school, this fine young man with character and determination would arrive at our pantry, rain, shine, or snow, he was there with a big grin and ready to putting his heart and soul to help provide others for a better day. For he, as an individual is part of the cure for hunger. Thank you, Cole.
Cole has provided us the inspiration to honor young people like himself. Each year the East Hampton Food Pantry will honor an outstanding student with the volunteer of the year award. Not an easy task for the board of directors, for there are many alike who give their hearts and souls in sharing their time and talents to give to others. No matter what the cause, volunteers are the real heroes of the human spirit. Thank you Cole and, congratulations on being our first recipient.
A perpetual plaque with the names of these outstanding volunteers can be viewed at the East Hampton High School.
Here is a photo of board director Marguerite Davidowicz, Cole Benedict, and food pantry chairperson, Vicki Litman
“WE DON’T NEED RESEARCHERS NOR SCIENTISTS TO FIND A CURE FOR HUNGER,
THE SIMPLE CURE IS YOU”