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Jamie isn’t your average senior in high school.
Jamie has called Cor Unum home for the past two years, spending a significant amount of time each week serving visitors with a loving face and an understanding heart. Her compassion and empathy for the hungry has inspired her to do something monumental to raise awareness about the issue of hunger and to help Cor Unum and Project Bread financially. Jamie is planning a 300-mile trip that will take him across all six New England states. Her goal is to finish the ride in five days, from August 2nd to August 6th. To learn more about Jamie’s Tour de New England for Hunger, donate to the cause, or follow her journey, click here.

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The Cor Unum Meal Center in South Lawrence is a non-profit meal center. Cor Unum supports families with children, the working poor, the homeless, and the lonely – everyone in need of food, regardless of race, colour, creed, sex, or way of life – free, nutritious meals in a safe setting.
In Lawrence, Cor Unum addresses the enormous unmet needs of the hungry. The center is a 5,600-square-foot structure on a 27,359-square-foot lot on Lawrence’s Carver Street. St. Patrick Parish owns the land, which was formerly used as an overflow parking lot.
The Cor Unum Meal Center responds powerfully to Lawrence’s urgent need to feed the hungry, lovingly welcoming all people and offering nourishment for their bodies and souls.

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Providing the Best to Those in the Most Dangerous Situations Every day, we eradicate hunger at Cor Unum. With open hands, listening ears, and caring hearts, we welcome and serve those who are in need with the utmost integrity, compassion, and reverence.
Providing the Best to Those in the Most Dangerous Situations Every day, we eradicate hunger at Cor Unum. With open hands, listening ears, and caring hearts, we welcome and serve those who are in need with the utmost integrity, compassion, and reverence.
The Cor Unum Meal Center is a powerful response to Lawrence’s urgent need to feed the poor, lovingly embracing all people and offering nourishment for their bodies and souls. The truth of hunger is transformed for thousands of people in need thanks to the Cor Unum Meal Center. We currently serve over 250,000 people per year. We serve breakfast and dinner seven days a week, 365 days a year.

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WHAT: The Red Sox Wives will deliver dinner at the Cor Unum Meal Center in Lawrence, MA. The visit will be spearheaded by Bertha Lowell, who recently donated $25,000 to Cor Unum through the Mike Lowell Foundation, and will include the wives serving free and healthy meals to hungry people in and around Lawrence, MA. The wives will also display their support by wearing Labels are for Jars T-Shirts, which favor the Center.
With 33.1 percent of the population living below the poverty line, Lawrence is one of the poorest cities in the United States and the poorest in Massachusetts. In Lawrence, 75% of children under the age of 18 are at risk of going hungry. (Corunum Meal Center, www.corunummealcenter.org)
INFORMATION: In a beautiful setting, the Cor Unum Meal Center serves free, healthy meals to hungry people in Lawrence every day of the year. Since its inception in September 2006, Cor Unum has served over 400,000 meals. Cor Unum is now delivering 33% more meals than it was at the same time last year.