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We are just getting started to provide food and clothes closet on a larger scale. We have been a non-profit 501c3 since July 2011 and have passed out bread weekly since then. Now we are looking to secure a location, but for now it is in a home. We are hoping a church or community center will allow us space.
This listing was last updated Dec 2, 2012
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