Help replenish 5 food pantries on June 13

Jun 2, 2020 | Uncategorized

June 13 community food drive

The June 13 food drive will benefit five food pantries serving University City

Many University City residents are struggling to afford food. You can help. A community food drive to replenish five food banks in the UCITY Family Zone will take place 10 am-noon June 13.

Drop off canned vegetables, soups, pasta, pasta sauce and other non-perishable food items at StoneBridge Church Community, 3700 Prosperity Church Road.

The community drive will benefit the following food pantries:

  • Jamil Niner Food Pantry – UNC Charlotte campus.  Operates Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons. Website
  • Hope Street Food Pantry – Hope Church. 4100 Johnston Oehler Road, Charlotte, NC 28269. Their pantry night is Thursdays. Website
  • Faith CME Food Pantry. 457 Wellingford St., Charlotte, NC 28213 Their pantry night is Wednesdays. Website
  • Care To Share Outreach Center. 5232 The Plaza, Charlotte, NC 28215. Operates Mondays-Thursdays. Website
  • Camino Community Pantry – Camino Community Center.  201 Stetson Drive, Charlotte, NC 28262 Operates Tuesdays and Fridays. Website

CLICK HERE for more details including a list of needed items.

More questions? Email info@stonebridge.org.

 

Every-Tuesday food drive

StoneBridge Church Community also collects food for area distribution each Tuesday morning. Bring donations to the church at 3700 Prosperity Church Road.

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