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Food Banks Need Donations

Health and Wellness | Tue, 09/29/2009 - 9:19 am | Updated 5 years 28 weeks ago | Read 3145 | Commented 3 | Emailed 0
Tags: cape may county, food banks, Seashore Community Church of the Nazarene

By Jack Fichter

RIO GRANDE — Food banks and pantries are reporting scarce supplies due to high demand.

The Herald is making its lobby available to receive donations of non-perishable food that will be delivered to needy food banks. The Herald Building is located at 1508 Route 47, Rio Grande.

Non-perishable food donations can also be dropped off at Seashore Community Church of the Nazarene, 446 Seashore Road in Erma.

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Wed, 09/30/2009 - 8:55am - Posted by: info

They are people too.......But for the grace of God, it could be you.

Wed, 09/30/2009 - 8:42am - Posted by: longtimecitizen

rgus4321 - my suggestion if you want to make sure it goes somewhere needed would be to check with one of the local churches, schools, volunteer organizations (fire house, rescue squad) etc. someone there is bound to know someone who really needs help but is too proud to ask for it.

Tue, 09/29/2009 - 8:23pm - Posted by: rgus4321

I have a serious question for anyone who could answer it.I would love to go buy a bunch of food and donate to a FAMILY who could really use it.My question is will this donated food go to a FAMILY in need or to the crackhead drug dealers that are living in all the local crackshack hotels on taxpayers dollars?Like I said I am dead serious not joking.

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