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Moonjumpers

Charitable Foundation, Inc.


In a land of plenty, the need for even basic staples is growing. Some food pantries around Long Island are asking -- even pleading -- for more donations, citing the increased demand as more middle-class residents seek their help. As the economy continues to wobble, as more people run out of ways to stretch a paycheck, it’s no longer just the permanently poor who need help, the pantries say.  A food bank can be an incredible way to contribute to our community and help those in the area who have fallen on hard times with food and even shelter to make it through to another day. In addition to non-perishable foods, families find it helpful to receive essential items like toiletries, diapers and detergents.

 

  ...it’s no longer just the permanently poor who need help, the pantries say...

 

A number of Companies, Support Organizations and Places of Worship donate clothes, toys, turkeys and other nonperishable food products during Thanksgiving and throughout the December holiday season.  Once the holiday season is behind us, the need is even greater that shelters and food pantries really require your support.

 

Click on the website below to find a list of Food Pantries on Long Island:

 

 

http://www.211longisland.org/pdf/Suffolk%20County%20Food%20Pantries.pdf

 

it’s no longer just the permanently poor who need help, the pantries say...

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