QCC’s annual holiday program, Feed-A-Family was developed to help families in need celebrate the holidays. For decades the program has been providing holiday meals to QCC families and bringing good will to all through the simple act of giving. Last year, QCC Campus Police and Counseling Services teamed up with Stuff-A-Cruiser, becoming an important support program to the college’s Feed-A-Family Program.This year the college will once again offer both programs to help those in need.
For those looking to nominate someone; fill out the nomination form and provide the name and additional required information of students, faculty or staff who may need assistance during this holiday season. Please keep nominations confidential and submit them in a sealed envelope to QCC mailbox #144. The college community forwards the names and pertinent data to the Feed-A- Family Committee. To date, no one has been turned away.
All cash donations received for the Feed-A-Family program are used to purchase gift cards to a local grocery store. In addition to monetary donations, the QCC Campus Police are asking faculty, staff and students to stop by one of their Stuff-A-Cruiser events where faculty, staff and students can bring a new, unwrapped toy, gift card or movie tickets for a Feed-A-Family child. Please take some time and join the QCC Police and other assisting departments for some hot cocoa and a small token of appreciation.
Those wishing to make a donation can drop off their donation at:
The Stuff-A-Cruiser Events on:
- December 5, 2017 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at the Downtown Healthcare and Workforce Development Center, 25 Federal St., Worcester, in the Lobby
- December 6, 2017 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at QCC Southbridge, 5 Optical Drive, Southbridge, in the Lobby
- December 7, 2017 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at the Main Campus, 670 West Boylston Street, Worcester, at the Flag Poles
- QCC mailbox #144 donations and nominations accepted until December 7.
Please make all checks out to: QCC Feed-A-Family.
Recipients will receive a food gift certificate to purchase a holiday meal of their choice, and toys for their children will be provided by the Stuff-A-Cruiser program.
“Thank you for your willingness to make the holidays brighter for our QCC families,” said Tina Wells, Coordinator of Counseling Services. “May all of your holidays be filled with warmth and kindness.”
If you cannot stop by during the scheduled days, please feel free to donate at one of the drop boxes in Room 162A, the Fuller Center, 25 Federal St. or with the QCC Police Department.
Toys & donations will be also be accepted until December 8.