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Support St. Paul’s Food Pantry
Help Needed Now More than Ever
At this stressful time, with more people out of work as a result of the corona virus business closures, more people are coming to St. Paul’s Food Pantry in need of food for themselves and their children. So it logically follows that more donations are needed for the pantry to keep up with supplies to meet the demand.
The safest way for you to provide food essentials during these “stay at home” days is to send a check to St. Paul’s with a note that the money is to be used to buy food. Your donation will help pay for what the pantry buys from the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York, the coop with the lowest prices to be found. Plus every week a volunteer buys 40 or more loaves of sandwich bread. Freihofer’s Bakery Outlet is now closed, and the cost of bread at the grocery stores is double what we were paying before.
Also, our volunteers need supplies to help keep them safe as they prepare bags of food for our clients. As I write this, there is a need for hand sanitizers.
Please do what you can to help our neighbors in need, now more than ever. 
                        –Molly Jones

Thanks to all who are remembering to send in their weekly or monthly pledge payments to St. Paul’s. We were able to deposit $2100 this past Monday. 
We count on Mondays so please remember to either mail or drop your pledge in the mail slot so that it will be there for counting. Most importantly please stay well. Blessings to all.
 –St. Paul’s Treasury Team
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