Earlier this week 19 loaves of homemade bread arrived at Harbor Place, CHT’s temporary, emergency housing motel in Shelburne. The bread was donated by 4th and 5th grade students of the Renaissance School, made possible through an innovative grant making program of King Arthur Flour called Learn Bake Share. The company donated all the ingredients, and the school incorporated bread-making into their math, science and reading curriculum.
Students then brought enough ingredients home to bake two loaves – one for their family, and one that they shared with our guests at Harbor Place. “I felt good because I was doing something for a good cause,” said one of the kids in the class.
“What a great project,” one parent added. “(Our son) was so excited and felt empowered to teach us how to make bread. It was such a great way to spend time as a family.”
While the gift of the bread is so generous by itself, all of us at CHT appreciate knowing that the bread was made by families this past weekend with compassion in mind. That makes us even more thankful.