Report by Paula Antolini
February 14, 2018 11:02AM EDT
Reps. Duff & Harding Holding Food Drive in Bethel
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The Bethel Community Food Pantry (BCFP) is a non-profit, community-based, 100 percent volunteer-run food pantry in downtown Bethel. The BCFP provides free food and hygiene items to Bethel residents in need year around.
People who are in-need can visit every other Tuesday and choose their own non-perishable food plus bread, fresh fruit and vegetables and, when available, meat and dairy products. The BCFP also offers items not covered by food stamps, such as toilet paper, shampoo, deodorant and laundry detergent.
Rep. Duff said, “It’s important to remember that, even after the holidays, as most folks transition back into their normal routines, there are members of our Bethel community who need our help. Bethel is such a caring community and this is one way we take care of our own.”
“Please join us in helping the men and women throughout our communities who are most in need by donating a non-perishable item,” Rep. Harding said.
Boxes will at the following locations for food donations beginning February 5th – February 26th.
- Bethel Town Hall at 1 School Street
- Bethel Public Library at 189 Greenwood Avenue
Bottled Spaghetti Sauce
Jelly and Jam
For more information, please contact the State Representatives at 1.800.842.1423.