Veterans Donate, But Food Pantry Still In Need

Veterans Donate, But Food Pantry Still In Need

Residents of the Veteran's Home of Wyoming, just west of Buffalo at the old Fort McKinney site, gave a substantial gift to Buffalo's Bread of Life Food Pantry this week.

The veterans donated a check for $600 they raised through a garage sale they put on with goods they donated themselves.
The check was presented to the Food Pantry's Pam McFadden on Wednesday.

Even with the veteran's generous donation, the Bread of Life Food Pantry is still in need of much, according to McFadden.
She said the veteran's gift is welcome and appreciated, just as all donations are, but there seems to be a constant month-to month struggle for the Food Pantry to keep up with those in need of their services.

McFadden said the Holiday season is getting near, and there always seems to be a greater need for donations in general during that time of year.
In addition to the meat donations, or general food items, they will also take monetary donations. They are appreciated, She said, because that allows them to purchase specific needs they may have at that time.

To volunteer, or to make donations, or for those in need of services, contact McFaddden. Her information is listed below.

The Bread of Life Food Pantry is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from noon to 1pm and 5 to 6pm.

Contact Pam McFadden at 620-2174.

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