Benefit Gathers Donations For Local Food Pantry

Pam McFadden
Pam McFadden

Saturday night's benefit for Buffalo's Bread of Life Food pantry went well, according to organizers, and although they didn't have specific amounts to report, everyone involved did say there were a lot of people that attended the event and quite a bit of of non-perishable food items and funds raised for the food pantry.

Local musicians and cloggers donated their time to entertain during the benefit, which included a live auction of donated items to help raise funds, vendors of all kinds who contributed some of their earnings, as well as entry fees that all went to help restock the shelves of the food pantry for the holiday season.

Pam McFadden, Director of the Bread of Life Food Pantry, was pleased and even a little surprised at the community's support, and also the willingness of people to help organize this type of event.

McFadden had a rough estimate on some of what was raised, but admitted not keeping too close of tabs on things and just having some fun. She was again thankful for the community's support of the food pantry.

The benefit was organized and put on by many volunteers but was the brainchild of local musician Terry Waugh.

Benefit Gathers Donations For Local Food Pantry
Benefit Gathers Donations For Local Food Pantry
Benefit Gathers Donations For Local Food Pantry
Benefit Gathers Donations For Local Food Pantry
Benefit Gathers Donations For Local Food Pantry
Benefit Gathers Donations For Local Food Pantry
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