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OUR MISSION

OUR SERVICES

We Deliver Emergency Firewood

 

The Upper Valley Wood & Food Bank collects, stores and delivers firewood on an emergency basis to people who need it desperately during the winter months. As we know, in Vermont, many people depend on wood to heat their home. We are often contacted when

someone is almost out of wood, and we try to make a delivery to them within 24 hours.

We Support Local Food Shelves

In partnership with Black River Produce, the Upper Valley Wood & Food Bank supports the Reading/West Windsor Food Shelf, the Red Door Food Shelf in South Royalton, and the Lamoille Community Food Share with deliveries of fresh fruit and vegetables. Last year, this program was able to deliver approximately $1,000 of fresh fruit and vegetables per month. We welcome donations to help continue and expand this program.​

OUR STORY

Response to COVID-19

During the coronavirus pandemic, we increased our deliveries to local food shelves to help support the community during this crisis. Thousands of people lost their jobs during the pandemic, and many people could not afford basic necessities.

   Your donations and support are greatly appreciated. 100% of donations go to

support the supply of fresh produce and emergency firewood to families around Vermont.

 

Thank you for your support!

The Upper Valley Wood & Food Bank Team     

OUR STORY

The Upper Valley Wood & Food Bank was founded to help those who can't afford to heat their homes in the winter by making deliveries of free firewood on an emergency basis. Every year, we work hard to keep individuals and families in the Upper Valley warm and safe during the cold winter months.

 

  Based in Woodstock, the Upper Valley Wood & Food Bank, Inc. is a Vermont domestic non-profit corporation. The organization is managed by Thalia Ferro, whose grandfather, Nicholas Ferro, and uncle, Bryan Ferro, started the effort in the early 1990s. Since 2017, the Upper Valley Wood & Food Bank has expanded its outreach and started partnering with local food shelves to provide fresh food deliveries to support the local community. 

We look forward to maintaining and growing the organization's capabilities and greatly appreciate the support we have received to help those most in need in our communities. We are very grateful for the ongoing support of our volunteers including Shannon and Gerry Murphy, Change the World Kids, Nicholas Ferro, and Thomas Ferro.

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HELP & DONATIONS

HELP & DONATIONS

We accept monetary donations and split firewood

We are always looking for, and very much appreciate, donations of any size and volunteers to help collect and deliver wood.  

 

The Upper Valley Wood & Food Bank is a public charity under IRC Section 501(c)(3) and donations are tax deductible. 100% of the donations we receive support the wood program and delivery of fresh fruit and vegetables to local food shelves.

We are extremely fortunate to have had many generous supporters over the years. Thank you for your support!

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Send us a secure

online donation

using Paypal

Mail us a check made out to

"The Upper Valley Wood & Food Bank, Inc."

Volunteer or

donate split firewood

11 Central Street, Suite B

Woodstock, Vermont 05091

uppervalleywoodbank@gmail.com


Tel: 802-457-7285

Please note, all donations are tax deductible.

CONTACT US

Our Food Shelves

Reading/West Windsor Food Shelf

Red Door Food Shelf in South Royalton

Lamoille County Food Share

A special thanks to...

Shannon and Gerry Murphy

for selflessly lending their time to stack, store, and deliver emergency firewood all year long. Thank you so much for your support. 

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Thank You

Our 2020-2021 Thank You Letter

The Vermont Standard 

News

The Valley News

Donations to Wood Bank Cool

CONTACT US

11 Central Street, Suite B

Woodstock, Vermont 05091

uppervalleywoodbank@gmail.com


Tel: 802-457-7285

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