The Jake Deware Kindness Project:
For most of you, you’re fully aware what a special person Jacob Deware was but for those not fortunate enough to have spent any time with this incredible guy let us share our personal thoughts. Jake was one of a kind in the most pleasant way possible. He was quick to assist with anything he could from trapping nuisance animals to running excavators but took special time with our boys. On many occasions he would visit longer to do puzzles with Henry or talk poultry with Hunter. He made a tremendous impact on our lives and still to this day his name is brought up at the dinner table or walking around the farm.
What is the Jake Deware Kindness Project you ask? As his mother, Jenn Deware, so eloquently said: “The intentions of this project are to continue to enrich our community with things/events and acts of kindness that would make Jake proud. We will continue his kindness with random acts of kindness no matter how large or small; a smile can change a person’s whole day.” This project is in the infancy stage but the projected goals mirror things that Jake perceived as goals and things he wanted to contribute back to the community. These include robotics donations, financial assistance to youths to get into mountain biking, hunting and fishing, animal rescues, local scholarships and helping ambitious teens in starting their own businesses.
If you haven’t already done so, we highly recommend joining the Jake Deware Kindness Project on Facebook and reading the incredible impact this young man had on people and our community.
Beginning now, thru what would’ve been Jake’s 21st birthday (September 12, 2021) we’re Super Excited to announce that we’ll be conducting a fundraiser to benefit the Jake Deware Kindness Project. In honor of Jake’s proud number 11, we’re going to donate 11% of the gross sales from now thru September 12th to the Jake Deware Kindness Project.
Want to get your holiday, farm fresh pasture raised turkey? Need some sausages for the upcoming football season? We’ve got you covered. To see more of our available items please check out our website (www.birchrisefarm.com) or reach out via Facebook.
For all sales greater than $100 you will be entered into a drawing to win a ½ pig to be processed in October/November. The winner will be selected at the Jake Deware Kindness Project event being held at Highlands Mountain Bike Park on Saturday, September 18th.
How do you get in on the action and help a great cause? Our Farm Store is open every weekend from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Stop by and check us out, get a farm tour, say hi to Pickles, Potato, Muffin or Dum Dum and hang out. If that’s not your scene, you can order via our website and arrange a pick-up that’s convenient for you.
On Saturday, September 11th we’ll be having the Queens from the MAKN ENDS MEAT food truck on site from 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM. Stop by and enjoy some amazing food and help raise additional money for the Jake Deware Kindness Project. Again, 11% of the gross sales from the food truck will be donated back to the Jake Deware Kindness Project.
If you can’t make it or would like to donate to this amazing cause please do so sending a check to “The Jake Deware Kindness Project” to the address below:
The Jake Deware Kindness Project
c/o Jen Deware
138 South Rd
Belmont NH 03220