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Caroline Food Pantry

We also have a clothing and kitchen supplies closet, pass out personal care products and give clients who have the space to garden seeds and plants in the spring. This year we are starting a chicken project to increase clients food security. Help with any of these areas and time volunteered in our gardens or at the pantry distribution is also welcome.

This listing was last updated Jan 17, 2013

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We distribute every 1st and 3rd Monday but can take donations any time, just call! or e-mail!

Hours are in EDT. Hours updated 11 years ago

522 Valley Rd., Brooktondale, NY 14817, USAGet Directions

  • 607-539-9928

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  • Pat Brhel


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