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Harvest/Cosecha Food Pantry

Harvest/Cosecha Food Pantry will open on Saturday April 9th 2016, it is located in the facilities of Harvest Ministries Church at 2550 Fouraker Rd Jacksonville, FL 32210. Casa De Alabanza Jax Church is also located in the same facilities (small building on the right side of big building), both churches have partnered and raised this food pantry to serve the community by providing food, clothing, hygiene products, etc, to everyone in need, we will serve the west side of Jacksonville, including Orange Park. For additional information please contact Pastor Dennis Arroyo at 904-802-5509, thank you.

This listing was last updated Mar 14, 2016

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Will accept donations before pantry clients arrive.

Hours are in EDT. Hours updated 6 years ago

2550 Fouraker Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32210, USAGet Directions

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  • Dennis Arroyo

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