WOLFEBORO — The Life Ministries Food Pantry serves 150 local Wolfeboro area families throughout the year, and even more during the holiday season.
Through a network of local businesses and the generosity of Wolfeboro Casuals and the Juvonen-Fallon Family, a Camp Winnipesaukee tee-shirt, signed by NBC show host Jimmy Fallon and his wife Nancy Juvonen, was donated to the food pantry for an online auction.
Fallon developed a skit for The Tonight Show featuring Justin Timberlake, where the pair act as young boys at a summer camp, singing goofy songs.
The shirt will be auctioned on eBay, with all proceeds benefitting the Life Ministries Food Pantry, a non-profit organization serving area needs through a network of seven local churches and the New Hampshire Food Bank.
The shirt, donated by Wolfeboro Casuals, was sent to New York to be signed, then returned and framed by The Art Place. The shirt will be on view during the bidding at Wolfeboro Casuals.
All funds raised will help fill needs for fresh fruits and vegetables, dog and cat food, and personal care items like deodorant and diapers. The pantry also accepts cash donations, like the generous donation made by Fallon and Juvonen in addition to their signatures.
To bid on the shirt, visit eBay.com, and search for 'Jimmy Fallon Signed T-Shirt' or Seller ID Wolfeboro.Food.Pantry. The auction is live now through Monday, Dec. 17.
The food pantry is located across from the Wolfeboro Library, beside All Saints Episcopal Church at 264 S. Main St. Hours are on Wednesdays from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., and 5-7 p.m.