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BREAD OF LIFE

The Bread of Life food pantry is committed to feeding hungry families in Texas. Right now we are depending on donations from the community and our members to stock our pantry with hopes to expand so that we can have more to offer and distribute more often. We are a small ministry doing big things! We really need monthly food donations. Mostly non-perishables right now, as we do not yet have a large freezer.Here is a list of some of the things we need: cereal canned or box milk pasta pasta sauce canned tuna/salmon,chicken/turkey potted meat canned veggies and fruits crackers pnut butter jelly/jam applesauce rice beans flour sugar cornmeal instant boxed potatos mayo/ketchup/mustard/relish, etc.

This listing was last updated Jan 20, 2016

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Hours are in CST. Hours updated 6 years ago

329 INDIAN TRAIL DRIVE, Harker Heights, TX 76548, USAGet Directions

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