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Samantha Sterling. Luke Goodman. Todd Black. After more than , online votes and 7, Facebook shares, the recipients of the eighth annual Harlequin More Than Words award are Mindy Atwood of Hilliard, Ohio, who runs Patches of Light, a nonprofit organization where anonymous angels pay the rent for parents of desperately ill children; Helen McGovern of Tacoma, Washington, who oversees Emergency Food Network, which distributes food to 67 food banks, meal sites and shelters, including those with health restrictions; and Sally Spencer of Toronto, Ontario, who manages a mentoring program that rescues at-risk children.
This year was the first time the public was invited to vote to determine the award recipients. By visiting www. The three nominees with the highest amount of votes were chosen as the Harlequin More Than Words award recipients. The voting phase was open for four weeks, from October 7, to November 11, Since —the inception of the program—an internal Harlequin employee committee has selected the winners of the Harlequin More Than Words award from written submissions, which were judged on specific criteria, including capacity to inspire others and contribution to the community.
The short stories will be available in in ebook format to download at no cost. Mindy Atwood, who founded the organization after two of her four sons faced life-threatening pediatric cancer and open-heart surgery, is delighted that she can once again provide assistance. Emergency Food Network EFN has been covering a growing demand for food in an awful economy, including food for people with dietary health restrictions. Executive Director Helen McGovern is thrilled that this nonprofit distributor serving more than 67 food banks, meal sites and shelters in Pierce County, Washington, can continue to feed its neighbors.
Youth Assisting Youth YAY , a peer-mentoring program for at-risk children, encourages children to stay in school and helps keep them on a positive trajectory. YAY has reached nearly 30, children ages 6 to 15 since by assigning a positive, trained mentor between the ages of 16 and It is overwhelming to think about how many thousands of people supported me throughout this amazing and inspiring journey. And being the only Canadian winner makes it so very special. Thanks to all of the incredible support that I received, the kids at Youth Assisting Youth will be the ultimate beneficiaries and the true winners.
The company publishes more than titles monthly and more than 1, authors from around the world. Harlequin has offices in 19 countries, including offices in Toronto, New York and London. For more information, please visit www. Our emergency food system had surpassed its total by more than 2 million pounds.
For all of , area food programs had distributed 19,, pounds of food. That translates to 15,, meals, more than 1 million more meals than the prior year. The demand continues to increase, and EFN continues to keep pace with the demand. Area food programs see an average of , visitors each month.
Total visits to food banks, meal sites and shelters topped 1,, visits, an increase of 74, over EFN distributes nutritious, staple food to 67 food banks, shelters, and hot meal sites in Pierce County. Keeping the emergency food system running is an endeavor accomplished through the help of thousands of donors and volunteers. The Gary E. Emergency Food Network received an infusion of holiday funding from numerous local foundations at the close of EFN counts on personal donations that tend to arrive in greater quantity close to the winter holidays.
Many businesses and community groups collect funds and food for EFN at this time of year. The Ben B. The organization partners with Northwest Harvest and Coastal Harvest to find the best deals by the truckload. And infusion of personal donations helped a great deal too as many people sent in checks and online donations as approached.