School supplies have begun to show up at the food bank. Organizing the items are

School’s just about in

Non-edible contributions also welcome at Castlegar' Community Harvest Food Bank

 

Helping our neighbours can take many forms. Deciding to help out where and when we can is a great first step. Donations of money and food are always most appreciated at Castlegar’s Community Harvest Food Bank, but other commodities can really help out as well.

Caring individuals have already started the ball rolling in terms of supplies for the coming school year, dropping off a good (and growing) assortment at the local food bank.

To find out how to add to the helpful harvest, phone 250-365-6440 or check out the Community Harvest Food Bank on Facebook.

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