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May 2008 Food Drive


MAY we help?



 “Food inflation has more than doubled during the past year.  The recent 5.7% hike in food prices is the largest increase in at least seven year.  Prices for some of the staples are going up dramatically.  Butter is up 31%, cheddar cheese, 65%, nonfat dry milk, 117%, broiler chickens, 17.5%, select cuts of beef, 12.8%.  The #1 presenting issue for the families that Interfaith Outreach & Community Partners (IOCP) sees is food.  Often, their income does not stretch far enough to cover an entire month.  As one client said, ‘You can’t imagine what it’s like to have your children come home from school and say they’re hungry but not have anything to give them.’ “ (IOCP March-April Newsletter)

Once summer vacation begins in June and children are home, they no longer have the benefit of subsidized meals during the day.   In an effort to help, the Non-Domestics will be sponsoring a Food Drive during the month of May to support the Interfaith Outreach Foodshelf.









Bring items on these days for these categories!




May 4:        “Piece Meal” – Canned or boxed items that are components to a meal.  Think about canned meats, such as tuna, salmon, chicken, beef stew.  Also remember peanut butter, beans (dried or canned) and canned vegetables and fruit.



May 11:      “Full Meal Deal” – Soups, boxed meals (Hamburger Helper), pasta and sauce         



May 18:      “Back to Basics” – flour, salt, sugar, Bisquick, pancake mix, cereal, rice, instant potatoes, cooking oil



May 25:      “Clean Up” – laundry detergent, soap, dish soap, shampoo, deodorant, diapers, toothpaste