Help for those in need:food,sundries,essentials
NO CHILD SHOULD GO TO BED HUNGRY
RELEASE DATE: 25 March 2019
SUNSHINE PANTRY IS MOVING
Beaverton, Oregon: Sunshine Pantry, a community resource for the needy for over thirty years, will be opening its new location at the Beaverton Christian Church, 13600 SW Allen Blvd, on Monday, April 29. Andrew Hansen, Director of Operations for Beaverton Christian Church, describes the addition of Sunshine Pantry to its campus as “… a new opportunity in serving our neighbors”.
The Sunshine Pantry, which began in 1982 as a Cub Scout needy family project for founder Sharon Straus’ oldest son, has grown into an essential provider for food security in the Metro area. Currently providing food, sundries and other essentials to over 50 families a day, it assures assistance to anyone without question. The Pantry is open Monday through Friday from 11am to 2pm and by appointment for special needs.
The move will not be a simple process, and volunteers are urgently needed to help relocate tons of canned and fresh food, equipment and storage fixtures. The biggest challenge will be dismantling and rebuilding the walk-in cooler and freezer. To volunteer or donate to support the cost of the move, please contact Sharon Straus by phone at 971-506-7827 or by email at email@example.com. Monetary donations can also be made at gofundme.com or paypal.
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