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164 Wilson Food Pantry

Here's an idea of we strive to provide our Patrons with on a weekly basis: - Fresh produce - Rice, pasta, macaroni & cheese - Dried beans - Canned goods - Breads, baked goods, desserts - Cereal, oatmeal - Frozen meats - Juice, chips, snacks, etc. Sometimes we're blessed to offer: - Peanut butter - Canned tuna - Spam - Frozen turkeys - Frozen hams - Infant formula - Baby food - Coffee, tea - Chocolate In addition to food, we'll joyfully distribute sundry items when available, such as: - Hygiene products - Toys - Paper towels, toilet paper, etc. - Clothing, shoes - Coats, gloves - Blankets Thank you and God bless you all for your selfless love and generosity! :)

This listing was last updated Feb 25, 2011

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Location & Open Times

8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Every Thursday from 8am - 12:00pm

Hours are in EDT. Hours updated 12 years ago

164 Richmond Hill Avenue, Stamford, CT 06902, USAGet Directions

  • 2035706892

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  • Meredith Buscher


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