Interfaith Emergency Services Food Pantry
By Deacon Mary Delancey
Thank you so much to everyone who donated food in response to Interfaith's (IES) urgent request for pantry items. I'm smiling in this photo because our donation filled an entire large bin and will do much to ease the immediate shortage. But as you can see, many of the shelves are still nearly bare, IES Food Pantry is providing food for 80 families a day and still needs our help.
Grace Church is one of the founding churches that created this remarkable community resource and we continue to be one of their most faithful supporters. It would be great to be able to bring another full bin of much needed food to the pantry again on Monday. Listed below are the most needed pantry items. If you are able to help again, please bring your donation to church on Sunday and leave them in the Parish House donation basket. I'll take them over the the food pantry on Monday. Needs: Canned Vegetables and Fruit Canned Beans and Soup Macaroni and Cheese Pasta and Rice Cereal and Oatmeal Coffee and Tea Canned Meats (tuna, chicken) Jelly or Jam (plastic containers best) Peanut Butter (plastic containers best) Spaghetti Sauce (like: Hunts 26 oz can)