Compassion & Respect as Important as Food

Since July 2015,  the Pantry has served 484 families. Close to
500 families have come through our doors to receive the most basic of needs: food. They have also received something else: compassion and respect.

To quote one young woman who wrote after her first visit: “I wanted to say a huge thank you for being an asset to the town. I came in for the first time today to get some help and everyone made an awkward experience for me wonderful. I am very grateful for the staff’s understanding of those in need. Again thank you.”

This is just one example of many and we thank all of our volunteers, supporters and donors for never ending generosity.

 

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