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ND I kind donations for our programs. Our programs help cinquer food insecurities in pur environment with children that we serve and also the community, as we have dine so for years. We have operated for over a decade, 2 afterschool and weekend s.t.e.m. programs for children in our rural and diverse city community. Our P.A.C.T (Parents and children together) program would appreciate toiletries and any food for the need in our program. We teach families healthy alternatives and also easy quick ways to utilize the food they have in their pantry to make a good, nutritional meal. Thank you so much for considering our 501c3 non profit organization.
Call 440-382-4642 or 440-853-0287 or 4407897890
Email: [email protected]
Thank-you so very much
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