We also collect the following items:
cereal/breakfast items (granola bars, oatmeal, pancake mix), mac-n-cheese, peanut butter and jelly, canned vegetables (all types), canned/boxed potatoes, dessert mixes, jello/pudding, tea/coffee, tuna/canned chicken, soups (dry/canned/bagged), canned fruit, pasta (all types), spaghetti sauce, paper products, personal care products, condiments, beverages, stuffing, any non-perishable item
This listing was last updated Oct 15, 2021
Location & Open Times
Mondays and Tuesdays (food give out is on Wednesday)
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