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Killearn United Methodist Church Food Bank

We serve 72 families twice a month and provide them with a banana box full of 8 items from our shelves and we purchase milk, eggs, meat and fruits and vegetables each time as well as provide from donations a full grocery bag of bread. We are funded by donations from our church members and receive donations from Publix, Flowers bakery and 2nd Harveest.

This listing was last updated Nov 10, 2012

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2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month

Hours are in EDT. Hours updated 9 years ago

2800 Shamrock South, Tallahassee, FL 32309, USA Get Directions

  • 850-893-1116

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  • Gingir Andrews

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