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Jacket Pantry

The Jacket Pantry is a food bank that is supported by Kingfisher Public Schools and by the Oklahoma Regional Food Bank. This program serves families of kids who are currently attending Kingfisher Public Schools and parents call to set up pickup times twice a month. The pantry also participates in the backpack program- sending food home with kids who might need some food throughout the weekend. The pantry would LOVE donated healthy food items- like fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as low-sodium, sugar, and fat options, but anything helps!

This listing was last updated Apr 6, 2022

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Please email or call so someone can meet you at the Jacket Pantry to accept donations.

Hours are in CDT. Hours updated 25 weeks ago

621 W Bowman Ave, Kingfisher, OK 73750, USAGet Directions

  • 405-375-4191

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  • Paula Leffingwell

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Call before you come is the preferred method, but other arrangements could be made.

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