Spring is on its way, officially at least. The days will keep on getting longer, and after the time change this weekend, our daylight will stretch even further into the evening. After the winter, this can be an exhilarating time. Still, better weather doesn’t ease the financial burdens for those who can’t make ends meet. After bill payments are made there may be little money left for food.
The Kingsville Community Food Bank is always ready to help people in need. We appreciate the ongoing efforts of the Food Bank volunteers, and we are thankful for those in our community who give so generously.
Here’s a list of items that the Food Bank is looking for in March:
From the Food Bank’s Facebook page:
“The Kingsville Community Food Bank proudly serves Kingsville residents who may be experiencing food vulnerability. We offer perishable and non-perishable items as well as personal hygiene items to those who need a helping hand.”
The Food Bank also welcomes products for babies, pet supplies, laundry and dish detergent, toilet paper, paper towels, tampons, and more. They’re always looking for empty margarine tubs and jars with lids for dish and laundry soaps poured from large containers. If you can help, the Food Bank would love to hear from you!
The Food Bank is located at 18 Division Street North in Kingsville across the street from RBC Bank. You can also use their drop box inside Zehrs.
Hours and Contact Information:
Tuesdays 9 – 12:45 p.m.
Wednesdays 5 – 7 p.m.
Thursdays 9 – 12:45 p.m.
Check out their Facebook page for more information.
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Food Bank images provided by Debby Jarvis Chausse