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It Takes Many Willing Volunteers to Keep the Food Pantry Warehouse Running Smoothly
Celebrating 35 years, H.E.L.P., Inc. proudly continues its mission to provide supplemental food to those low-income individuals and families who qualify and are in our data base. Once a month, a shipment of USDA food is delivered to the warehouse back entrance. Volunteers, under the guidance of Board member and warehouse manager Myra Toles, unload and stack the pallets of food. The food will then be allocated to the clients for the next 30 days and augmented with other products on hand to provide a well-rounded variety of nourishing items which the clients will pick up on their regularly scheduled monthly appointments.
It takes many helping hands to keep the warehouse food line running smoothly and the members of HELP’s Board of Directors are grateful to everyone who volunteers during the week.
Volunteers welcome to assist in H.E.L.P, Inc.'s warehouse, food pantry, office or thrift store.
Comments from Board President, Al Silva
The ongoing support of individuals, churches, and businesses allow H.E.L.P., Inc. to continue providing food and services to qualifying low income families. Donations to the thrift store are also an important component. From sales, the store contributes to the financial base while, at the same time, providing the community with a place to shop and save! Thank you to everyone who has, and continues to partner with us. Know your kindness and generosity provides a beacon of hope to those less fortunate!
H.E.L.P. Inc. is an interdenominational non-profit charitable corporation, under IRS Section 501(c)(3). Thank you for your generous support and donations to our Food Pantry and Thrift Store.