St. Luke’s Food Pantry at Holy Angels Church Seeks Donations as Demand Increases

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St. Luke’s Food Pantry at Holy Angels Church in Plaistow, N.H., is looking for donations to help restock or supplement items in demand.

The food supply has received additional use as it services families in the Timberlane, Hampstead and Sanborn School Districts impacted by the COVID-19 virus outbreak.

Organizers are looking for jelly; ramen noodles; pasta; boxed potatoes; Rice-A-Roni-type products; hamburger, chicken or tuna helper; baking mixes such as brownie, cake, muffin, bread or quick bread mixes; canned tuna, chicken or meats; kid-friendly snacks such as peanut butter crackers, pretzels, teddy grahams, graham cracker, granola bars, goldfish crackers, sliced bread or English muffins; and diapers and wipes. In addition to regular food orders of non-perishable items, St. Luke’s Food Pantry tries to provide fresh produce, breads, bakery, dairy, eggs and meats. The group also accepts gift cards and checks.

There are collection bins at the front of Market Basket and Shaw’s in Plaistow or items may be left at the parish office or the Pantry, Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., at 8 Atkinson Depot Road, Plaistow, N.H.

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