WELS United


April 5:
Pantry Sunday

 
The pantry's schedule has changed a bit due to the corona virus, but their recipients are still in need. Please consider dropping off a donation at church during office hours. The annual food drive has been postponed, but the need for donations still exists.


Place donations under the pantry banner in the narthex.
Monetary donations also accepted.  Make checks payable to AVFP.
(You may mail it directly to the pantry at
129 S. Mason St. Appleton WI 54914 or
drop it in the offering plate.)


Items needed this month include (but are not limited to)  

Paper products (facial tissue, TP, roll towels)
PB&J (especially low sugar or sugar-free jams/jellies)
boxed or canned potatoes
boxed meals (Hamburger Helper, Mac&Cheese)
canned tomato products (diced, stewed, paste, sauce)
personal hygiene items (shampoo/conditioner, lotions, shower gel/body wash, deodorant, bar or liquid hand soaps)
canned fruit (especially no-sugar added) and applesauce
cookies and snack crackers
household cleaning supplies

 




AND:
they're also in need of clean paper grocery bags
with two good handles--
they will take handle-less bags to the
Bargain Garden Thrift Store when they reopen
(they've been told there is a shortage of grocery bags industry-wide, so please save as many good bags as possible, thanks)


 


 

Questions/Comments: contact an AVFP Board Member
E-mail:  applevalleyfoodpantry@aol.com



 

The Hope Center provides support to assist families with
making positive, life-affirming choices.


The Hope Center is currently asking for cash donations as storage space at the center is limited.
 

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