Cans In The Colonial was An ONLINE Fundraising Event in 2020!

Sadly, our second Cans in the Colonial event – which proved really popular last year – had to be changed to an online only event in 2020. We had to react to closures and restrictions put in place. As the online donations come through our webpage it is difficult to say how much the event raised at this time. Hopefully, we’ll see you at The Colonial in the future!

Hosted by The Peak Radio station and our wonderful sponsors below.

Here’s How You Can Help!

Help us Fill the Theatre Now! This is a great event, benefiting two food insecurity organizations. The idea is simple – we want to put a virtual bag on every seat in The Colonial. Eight Hundred and Eighty Eight of them!
This is a benefit for the Community Kitchen and MUCH (Monadnock Understands Childhood Hunger). From 6:00AM until 6:00PM The Peak will Broadcast Live and attempt to fill every seat in the Theater (888) with a donation of at least $20.
$20 = 1 bag of groceries
$40 = 2 bags of groceries
$60 = 3 bags of groceries

Scan the QR code below which will take you right to the donate page on The Community Kitchen’s website, or if you can’t access it that way click on the donate button and make your donation there.

QR code to donate to the Cans in the Colonial Fundraiser


Every donation helps and will go toward helping low income residents – men, women and families with children – access extra food.

Help Fill The Seats Of The Colonial With Canned Food and Groceries

Photo courtesy The Brattleboro Reformer

For every $20.00 contribution we get we will put a bag of groceries in a seat for you. Please press the button below. When the page appears, select a donation amount to make your donation. Be sure to select “Use this donation for……. Cans in the Colonial” in the box below the donation amount.

Cans in the Colonial event

Cans In The Colonial

Brought to you by Peak Radio 

The Community Kitchen and MUCH (Monadnock Understands Childhood Hunger) in Keene have been selected by Peak Radio to be the main recipients of an event in April called “Cans in the Colonial”.

MUCH (Monandnock Understands Childhood Hunger Logo

Founded in 2016, the Mission of MUCH is to assess food availability in the region, to identify hungry children, to bring childhood hunger awareness to our communities, and to further engage in creating collaborations among stakeholders who share this concern about childhood hunger.

MUCH is a coalition of organizations and individuals engaged in addressing childhood hunger in the Monadnock Region.

Brought To You By These Fine Sponsors

The Peak Radio 101.9 and 100.7  The Colonial Theatre

Sponsors for Cans In The Colonial Event