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St. Paul's Episcopal Church

We have about 45 families that come to our food bank. They are mostly older folks on a fixed income or veterans but we welcome anyone. we get our food from the salvation army so it is mostly canned or bagged. We would love to be able to offer some fresh food!

This listing was last updated Apr 4, 2022

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We have our food pantry open the first Wednesday of every month, We also bring meals to the Salvation Army. We are very flexible on donations so just contact us and we will make it happen.

Hours are in PDT. Hours updated 2 years ago

1528 Oakdale Road, Modesto, CA, USAGet Directions

  • 209-522-3267

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  • Jeni Statzer

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Please call before you come, our food bank is volunteer run.


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