Pictured: Joe Gillis, Assistant Grocery Supervisor, Scott Lassa, Greene County Meals Pantry Board Member, and Gerald Parker, Assistant Publix Supervisor.
In March, Publix carried out a Feeding extra collectively Bell. Beneficiant Publix clients donated greater than 5 lollipops. The merchandise included much-needed protein resembling canned hen, beef stew, and peanut butter. Fruits, oatmeal, breakfast bars, canned greens, and mac and cheese have been additionally included. These things might be used particularly to feed youngsters and the aged.
The Greene County Meals Pantry helps a big group of individuals in want: youngsters, low-income households, and seniors who’re 60 years of age or older. The pantry serves greater than 1,00zero folks representing greater than 500 households every month.
The Meals Pantry is a 501 © three non-profit group. Tax deductible donations are wanted and might be mailed to Greene County Meals Pantry, PO Field 697, Greensboro, Ga. 30642. For extra info, go to www.greenecountyfoodpantry.org or name the meals pantry employees at 706-453-1380 or e mail them at email@example.com.