May 11Pop-up Pantry in ATL
Our friends from Neighbor In Need Reynoldstown and Reynoldstown Civic Improvement League have been collecting funds to provide needed resources. Last week, Reynoldstown Senior received a generous donation of products ranging from cleaning supplies, non-perishable foods, hygiene products, frozen vegetables, and beverages for the onsite Pop-up Pantry, totaling nearly $700.00.
The onsite pop-up pantry was in need of increased supplies to keep seniors healthy and safe during the coronavirus pandemic and these donations have helped greatly.
Special thanks to Antionette, who lives at Reynoldstown Senior, who also serves as a member of the Neighbor in Need team.
If you are interested in donating to the Resident Relief fund, click here.
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