Their food pantry had a robbery recently, and among other things, their dolly was stolen. They distribute likely 1,000s of pounds of food each week to our community's hungry and need this piece of equipment to help ma...
On Jacksonville's Westside at the corner of Timuquana and Ortega Farms, families that may otherwise be hungry line up for food and the kindness shown by the volunteers of the Food Pantry. This week we saw a post on Facebook that the pantry had been robbed, among the items were their hand trucks used to unload 1000's of pounds of food to distribute to the community. In our small part we'd like to help with the basic need of a hand truck they can use to make the process a little easier and smoother. Any amount you can donate will be greatly appreciated. As soon as the funds are raised, we'll purchase the hand truck and deliver it to them. Any funds that are raised above the needed amount will be given to the pantry to help them replace the other stolen items.
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