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PPC Donation Pick-up

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This listing was last updated Aug 24, 2021

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We pick-up food items on certain days of the week in different areas. Thursdays (Los Angeles) Fridays (west LA) SF Valley (Saturdays. To request a pick-up, please forward your name, address and contact number with "Pick-up Request" in subject line. We donate to: Los Angeles Food Bank, Greater West Hollywood Food Coalition, SOVA, St. Francis Center, Westside Food Bank, Food Bank of Southern California, and Food Finders.

Hours are in PST. Hours updated 1 year ago

90038 Wilshire, Los Angeles, CA 90048, USAGet Directions

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