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All Saints Lutheran Church

We are a food pantry that works with Second Harvest Food Bank to feed those need. We bag the food and they pull up and we place it in their car trunks. We are also and outreach to the local schools in our area. We drop off food to the schools to fill there pantry to help the students and their families,

This listing was last updated Oct 11, 2023

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9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

yes please call Sue and she will meet you at the church

Hours are in EDT. Hours updated 32 weeks ago

12601 Balcombe Road, Orlando, FL, USAGet Directions

  • 4076660700

  • 407-859-9468

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  • Susan Hause

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call Sue (food pantry Cordinator) 407-666-0700


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