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AMELCA food pantry

We are open on Wednesdays from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. We have little refrigerator and storage room so we can take donations only 2 days in advance. Also, I've listed Harold Kircher as the contact info. He's the president. However, I am Julia Livingston and I will be in charge on email correspondence and entering this website info from our pantry. You can contact both of us to correspond. And, we use in abundance store bought items such as bars of soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes, toilet paper, coffee, tea and cereal, so at any time we are willing to take donations of these items.

This listing was last updated Nov 1, 2011

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250 W. Decatur Street, Decatur, IL 62522, USAGet Directions

  • 217-422-7638

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  • Harold Kircher

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