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Food for Needy Families: Donations help the Union Grove Food Bank

There is a lot of food for needy families on the shelves of Union Grove Area Food Bank.

Food For Needy Families

There is more stock of food for needy families in Union Grove Area Food Bank. There has been an outpouring of support from the community for serving needy families.

Officials last month are campaigning to the public to plea for donations, fire departments, and other boxes of donations to restore the food bank’s inventory and to have food for needy families.

According to Kathy Culshaw, a board member, she and others associated with the nonprofit organizations are so happy with the response of the public. finally, they can have food for needy families.

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According to a report by The Journal Times, the emergency food bank has now stocks for 10 to 20 families. Every month they serve food for needy families approximately 10-20 families. Now, they have stocks such as frozen meat, canned fruits and vegetables, pasta and sauces, microwave meals, and much more.

In a report published by Ole Miss, the food bank at 862 Main St., Suite 2 can serve families with appointments after receiving a referral from social service agencies, schools, and churches. They can have food for needy families in the Main St.

The responses were overflowing from businesses, nonprofits, and individuals. On Wednesday, John and Lonni Kurt arrived with two coolers packed with frozen ground beef and other newly processed beef products from a steer they had purchased at the Racine County Fair. These can be added to food for needy families. According to John Kurt they heard that the food bank was in trouble, so they are happy to deliver 100 pounds of frozen meat, enough food for needy families. For him, he felt good to help.

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The Union Grove facility, like many other food pantries, goes through periods of high and low need as well as slow donation seasons. Donations are often lower at the beginning of the school year, but the winter holiday season sees a spike in need.

Volunteer Debbie Brown who is Culshaw’s daughter is now preparing and helping her mother in organizing the inventory of food for needy families.

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