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Bonnie’s Helping Hands Food Programa

We are a community driven ministry focusing on delivering groceries to Seniors 60+ who are handicapped disabled and handicapped. We try to meet not only their food needs with healthy choice food items but their personal needs of toiletries, personal items and comfort needs of socks, blankets and household items when available. We also assisted families who are in need with nutritious food items and clothing. We need any types fresh fruits vegetables and shelf items as well as toiletries. Thank you for helping .

This listing was last updated Nov 10, 2022

Location & Open Times

Monday-10am-12pm 2ndTuesday -9am-12pm Wednesday-10am-12pm Friday 10am-12pm 2ndSaturday-9am-12pm 3rdSaturday -9am-12pm

Hours are in CST. Hours updated 3 weeks ago

1031 Northeast 36th Street, Oklahoma City, OK, USAGet Directions

  • (405) 615-5675

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  • Linda Blair

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Call before you come or call us and we will I’ll try to pickups

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