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Mexican Water Chapter Food Bank

We are located in the northern part of the Navajo Nation straddling the Arizona and Utah stateline. The majority of the population is Native American - Navajo. We serve approximately 125 families every month through the local Food Bank, with food provided by the Utah Food Bank. We serve all families who come to the food bank - single, young to the elderly families not matter their affiliation (veterans, LGBTQ, etc.) The food provided is mainly pantry items canned and dried) and not enough fresh food items as vegetables, eggs, milk, meats, etc. In this community, we live in a food desert as the nearest grocery store is approximately 65 miles away in all directions. We have a gas station in the community but most of what they carry is considered junk food. We would also appreciate toiletries, laundry cleaning supplies, personal hygenie supplies, etc.)

This listing was last updated Jun 11, 2024

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Deliveries can be accepted every third full week on Fridays. We can accept donations any hours in the regular work days with an advance notice from the gardner.

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  • 928-864-9090

  • 928-429-0943

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  • Mr. Clifford Sagg

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