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When: Wednesday, February 24 • 8-10 AM
WHERE: IBEW Labor Hall
900 Locust St. Redding 96001
Healthy food is available to Redding residents who might be low income, disabled, unemployed, or older adults ages 60+. No applications or pre-registration necessary; drive-through or walk-up.
Emergency Surplus Food may consist of: Dairy, produce, snack bags, drinks, meat or frozen items, bread, pastry or deli items.
EFAP Commodity Foods may include dry goods, canned fruits and veggies, beans, macaroni or rice, soup, cheese, chicken or ground beef, tuna or canned chicken.
For more information on distributions sponsored by Connected Living, go to their website, or call (530)226-3071. https://www.dignityhealth.org/north-state/locations/connected-living/services/food-bank
Donations to the Shasta Dems Food Bank Fund are accepted here: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/foodgiveaway