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Abingdon, Virginia – February 21, 2014 – In response to the fire on February 20th at the Good Samaritan Food Pantry in Richlands, Virginia, Feeding America Southwest Virginia is asking that clients of the Good Samaritan Food Pantry who are in need of food to visit:

  • The Labor of Love Missions Food Pantry, 200 East Riverside Dr., North Tazewell, VA . from 10 am until 3 pm tomorrow, Saturday, February 22. 276-988-3704

  • Mission of Peace Food Pantry, 1834 Bandy Rd., Cedar Bluff, VA from 9 am until 10:30 am on Tuesday, February 25. 276-701-7453

Additional pantries in Tazewell County can be located on the Feeding America Southwest Virginia website at www.faswva.org

 

About Feeding America Southwest Virginia

Feeding America Southwest Virginia was founded in 1981 and proudly commemorates 33 years of fighting hunger and changing lives through community partnerships. The Food Bank is an affiliate member of Feeding America. For the last three decades the Food Bank's ultimate mission has remained the same: eliminate hunger in the region. The primary function of the Food Bank is to secure large quantities of food for the hungry. Approximately $31 million worth of food and grocery related products are channeled through a network of more than 398 partner feeding programs in our 26-county, 10 city region that provide food or meals to those in need.

 

Visit www.faswva.org for more information or like us on Facebook.

 

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