Where to donate to food banks

November 11, 2002|by ANDREA ROWLAND

The following food banks are among those that need donations to meet increasing demand during the holiday season.

  • Waynesboro Area Human Services Council food bank, 24 E. Main St. in Waynesboro, needs frozen meats, stuffing, instant potatoes and other dried food items.

  • C-Cap Loaves & Fishes food bank, 220 S. Queen St. in Martinsburg, needs canned and dried foods, especially canned vegetables.

  • Martinsburg Union Rescue Mission, 602 W. King St., needs food items for the Thanksgiving dinner, dried and canned food items, frozen food, breads and non-perishables.

  • Food Resources Inc., 220 McRand Court in Hagerstown, needs canned meats and vegetables, dried foods, frozen foods and such non-perishables as toothpaste and laundry detergent.

  • Bags of Plenty food drive donations can be dropped off at:

  • The Boonsboro Produce Market.

  • The Trinity Lutheran Church food bank in Boonsboro.

  • The food bank at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Clear Spring.

  • Pittman's Grocery in Hancock.

  • The Hancock Senior Center.

  • Food Lion in Smithsburg and Hagerstown.

  • The food bank at St. Paul's United Methodist Church in Smithsburg.

  • Martin's Food Stores in Halfway and Hagerstown.

  • Sam's Club on Wesel Boulevard.

  • Byer's Market in Williamsport.

  • The food bank at Zion Lutheran Church in Williamsport.

  • Giant Eagle grocery store in Hagerstown.

  • Weis Market in Hagerstown.

Food Resources also will pick up any large donations.

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