We Share Hope, a Rhode Island based food rescuer is unique from other organizations in that its role is to locate, gather, and distribute food to groups that feed the poor, distressed, and the under privileged. 

The homeless, children in poverty, the elderly, disabled, and the poor are our top priorities.

We share what we have been given with those who are in need.
A Rhode Island based food rescuer, needs your help to end hunger.

 


 


Today’s Featured Partners

James P. Egan and Karen P. Gallagher

James P. Egan and Karen P. Gallagher

James P. Egan, CRT Birch Vocational and Karen P. Gallagher, CRT Mt. Pleasant HIgh School My name is James P. Egan and I am a Teacher of Special Needs adolescents at the Harold A Birch Vocational Center at Mount Pleasant High School. Each Friday, students with special needs from Birch Vocational fill backpacks with food and discretely deliver them to students throughout our building who do

Sheryl Marshall MHA/ACCESS-RI

Sheryl Marshall MHA/ACCESS-RI

Sheryl Marshall MHA/ACCESS-RI Program Director ACCESS-RI (Access to Community Care and Effective Services and Support) is a statewide program of the Mental Health Association of Rhode Island. ACCESS-RI is designed to serve people experiencing chronic homelessness who have mental health and/ or substance abuse disorders. Through Outreach, Engagement, and Intensive Case Management we

A Testimonial

James P. Egan

TESTIMONIAL: As the coordinators of the Birch Vocational/Mt. Pleasant High School Backpack Food Program, we would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the volunteers at the We Share Hope Organization for all their hard work and dedication to help end hunger throughout Rhode Island. Every week without fail,  Mr John McCarthy, a vice-principal at Mt. Pleasant High School and WSH volunteer, provides our backpack food program with loaves of bread for each of our backpacks.

Many of our students throughout our community do not have enough to eat during the weekends when the federal breakfast and lunch programs are unavailable to them.  The money we save by not having to buy bread is used to purchase other food items and provide more needy students with nutritious meals during the weekends.

Again, thank you all for your hard work and dedication to help those families of our community who need it most.

- James P. Egan, CRT Birch Vocational  and Karen P. Gallagher, CRT Mt. Pleasant High School