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Diangdit Episcopal Chapel Food Pantry

We are a small scale food pantry that is serving 20 young families. We do food give-away once a month on the first Tuesday of each month. We appreciate fresh produce, dried food items as well as cash donations.

This listing was last updated Sep 14, 2021

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Location & Open Times

Mondays
Closed
Tuesdays
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Wednesdays
Closed
Thursdays
Closed
Fridays
Closed
Saturdays
Closed
Sundays
Closed

Yes, we are flexible.

Hours are in EDT. Hours updated 41 weeks ago

400 West Yates Street, East Syracuse, NY, USA Get Directions

  • 315-706-6798

  • Garang Ajak

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