|Food Pantry Collection
Let’s help Martha’s Mission be ready for Thanksgiving with a donation of one (or two!) frozen turkey breasts this coming Tuesday, November 17, 2020.
We will have coolers galore ready to take in the bounty so we hope you will add turkey to your weekend grocery list. We also hope you will consider sharing this ‘turkey call’ far and wide through your contact networks and social media threads so we can make sure that every family in Carteret County has a bountiful Thanksgiving.
…and in addition to turkeys, turkeys, turkeys our food bank partners need the following:
FOOD PANTRY COLLECTION
Tuesday, November 17, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon
Drop off St Paul’s Church Office Building Back Porch
- Snack cakes for children’s lunches
- Laundry detergent
- Boxed mashed potatoes for larger families
- Dried beans
- Gravy mixes
- Salad dressing
Due to an increase in the homeless population Salvation Army continues to need:
- canned meats & soups with easy-open pop-tops (easy-open, individual serving size are especially helpful)
Thank you one and all very, very much!
Meg Risser, Sarah Jo Safrit and Adeline Talbot
Monetary donations are also being accepted. You may make a donation online at the St. Paul’s website, www.stpaulsbeaufort.org, or by dropping a check off at the church. Please be sure to indicate on your donation that it is for the Food Pantry collection.
**Please remember to maintain social distance and safe practices, including wearing your face mask, while dropping off your donations.**
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