Spread Christmas Cheer, Local Food Bank Needs Holiday Donations
Needed: Canned Goods, Non-Perishables and Monetary Donations
SPRINGFIELD/ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – Tis the season of giving and our local United Ministries Food Bank is seeing a lot of new families coming in. Rising food prices caused by inflation is leading to an increase in needs among many of our neighbors here in Robertson County this holiday season.
“The need is always present for staples such as Peanut Butter, cereal, all-can goods, etc. We are grateful for any donation, food or money to purchase food. Our goal is to help anyone with food insecurity. We realize the cost of food has increased so people’s buying power has become a challenge,” said Sherry Martell with United Ministries of Springfield.
The Robertson County Schools are just now finishing up with their food drive. “I’d like to thank the schools and families for their continued support,”
Food items donated stay right here in Robertson County. Help us provide for our neighbors in need.
Everyone can make a difference!
We truly appreciate all the help Robertson county residents have given in the past. We now need your support more than ever.
“Merry Christmas to all from the staff at United Ministries.”
About United Ministries: How You Can Help……
United Ministries Food Bank for Robertson County is a solely volunteer-managed non-profit organization incorporated in 1995. We partner with Second Harvest Food Bank and United Way of Greater Nashville to provide a food bank resource for our community.
United Ministries of Springfield is located at 808 South Main Street (beside Cope). Hours are 10:00AM until 1:30PM, Monday through Thursday. You can call United Ministries at 615-384-8306