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Food Pantry

Volunteer Opportunity 

Are you looking for a way to give back? Coordinating a food drive is an easy and great opportunity for your business, school, program or club to help your local community. 

Non-perishable items rich in protein, which is essential to providing adequate nutrition, are the most desired food drive donation items.

Most needed items: 

  • Healthy Fats
    • Low-sodium nuts and nut butters
    • Peanuts, almonds, cashews
    • Peanut butter/Almond 
  • 100% Whole Grains
    • Whole-wheat pasta, barley, brown rice, and wild rice
    • Whole-grain cereal and rolled oats
  • Milk
    • Dehydrated milk
    • Canned evaporated milk
  • Proteins
    • Low-sodium/water-packed canned meats and seafood
    • Dried beans, peas, lentils
    • Low-sodium canned beans and peas
  • Fruits & Vegetables 
    • Low-sodium/water-packed canned vegetables
    • Canned fruits in 100% juice/lite syrup 
    • 100% fruit/vegetable juices
    • Dried fruits and vegetables

 

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