RIVER CENTER FOOD BANK
We serve the Lebanon community on Friday from 3:30pm to 5:30pm while giving away over 100 boxes of food every week!
If you are interested in helping make up and give out food boxes to those in need in our community, please let us know. We can always use extra helping hands! Click here to come join us serving God's people.
For more information contact Dennis Stoneman. firstname.lastname@example.org
Clothing Closet ministry has helped over 200 people per month and has given away over 6700 items this year so far. We accept gently used, laundered clothing. No stains, rips, or tears please. We also offer items for families of emergency disaster relief, for individuals that need professional clothing while looking for a job and many seasonal clothes, shoes and coats. The Clothing Closet is open Friday during Food Bank hours from 3:30pm-5:30pm.
Drop off times are 9am-4pm Tuesday-Thursday at the front office.
BACKPACKS 4 KIDS (RIVERVIEW SCHOOL)
On Fridays our program delivers backpacks to Riverview Elementary filled with enough food for the weekend, where it is distributed to the child in a discrete and confidential manner. Backpacks provide nutritious, child-friendly and easy-to-prepare food to the hungry children in our adopted school. A donation which might seem small to you can make a great difference in the well-being of a child.
This program is active September through June.
If you have any questions about Backpacks 4 Kids please call us at 541.451.1271
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