Due to extremely heavy demand for its food pantry services, Winslow Community Cupboard is seeking local individuals and organizations to help “Replenish the Cupboard” by offering a monthly donation of $20 for each of the next six months. Every penny donated will go directly to help food-insecure children, seniors, and other adults in Winslow, Waterville, Clinton, and Benton—more than 140 families in all, with that total steadily rising.
Winslow Community Cupboard is a ministry of Winslow Congregational Church, 12 Lithgow Street, Winslow, which has served the local community since 1828.
If you or your organization might be able to contribute $20 per month for each of the next six months to help “Replenish the Cupboard,” please send a quick, easy email expressing your interest to Dave Carew, Volunteer Communications Director, Winslow Community Cupboard, at DaveCarew1964@AOL.com.
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