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The Newport Salvation Army

: The Food pantry has been a staple service of The Salvation Army for many years and the Newport Corps is no exception. Offered three days a week, the Newport Corps opens its food pantry to assist those who are in need of groceries to help feed their families. Each pantry client receives a week�s supply of groceries and is able to return the following mouth for continued assistance. Last year we gave out 95,000 meals. The Pantry serves all of Newport County. On any given day 30 + family use the pantry.

This listing was last updated Jun 30, 2011

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Hours are in EDT. Hours updated 11 years ago

51 memorial Blvd, Newport, RI 02842, USAGet Directions

  • 401-846-3234

  • LT Johnson


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