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Holiday Food & Fruit Baskets
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Date/Time
Monday, November 11th 2013 - All Day

Location
Contact Center

The holiday season is fast approaching and the Contact Center Food Pantry is providing Holiday food & fruit baskets to low-income families and induividuals again this year.  in the past many generous individuals, retailers, banks, churches, and other organizations have rallied to collect donations for this special project.  funding is needed to purchase food items as well as meat certificates.  This year’s goal is $13,000.

Donations may be sent to Contact Center Food Pantry 321 West 3rd Street, Suite B02 Yankton, SD 57078.

You many also bring donations directly to the Contact Center which is location in the basement of the Yankton County Goverment Building.

Families and individuals wishing to participate in the Holiday food/Fruit basket project must complete a simple application, providing proof of address, number in the household and an active SNAP card.  Deadline to sign up for the Baskets is Monday Dec. 9th.  For more information Call 605-260-4400 ext. 2

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