The Christmas Season has officially started at Amazing Grace Food Pantry! Winter temperatures are here – we welcomed the Christmas Season by distributing Christmas turkeys and sides along with regular grocery cart full of food to 140 families this week. Lots of tomatoes, pears and melons were among the fresh produce available.
Special thanks to these that donated this week
YOU have made a difference in the homes of so many in Collin County by your act of kindness!
- A nearby neighbor and our fellow pantry, Good Samaritan, for donating plenty of eggs to distribute to each family – a real treat!
- Other neighbors dropped of several donations to help with the Christmas dinner distribution.
- Gateway Church who donate a selected special item each month, this month sugar!
- LDS Church held a food drive last week and brought in 240 pounds of needed canned goods.
- Wylie High School National Honor Society donated hundreds of pounds of canned goods and cash towards stocking shelves.
Items such as sugar, oil, laundry soap, dish soap and toilet paper are the non-food items that are rarely donated are special treats and are welcomed donations throughout the year.
Looking for a Team Project?
Organize a monthly or quarterly donation cycle with your family, friends, church group, Bunco group or classmates. Select one item to gather and donate to Amazing Grace Food Pantry. Take Action in the Fight Against Hunger in your neighborhood.
New Building Update: Drywall is done – whew! A local builder is doing the wall texture this week. Thank you volunteers for all the hard work getting us this far. We’re getting soooo close!!
Call to Action!
The week of Dec 18-23 – volunteers needed to help paint inside. Bring your paint roller and join the paint party! Call (972) 292-7241 to get days and times.
Casey had a stroke 2 years ago, leaving him disabled and without a car. He doesn’t want to impose on anyone to call for help. He, instead, uses a walker to go to Amazing Grace Food Pantry 8 miles away for food. Often passersby will give him a lift and another client or pantry volunteer will take him home. Recently, Deputy Acosta gave Casey a lift to pantry and waited till he finished shopping then took him home. We can’t praise our Collin County Sherriff’s office enough for caring for each member of our community.
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More ways YOU can help in the Fight Against Hunger in North Texas
- Visit our Volunteer Page to find out how you can get involved directly to make a difference.
- Consider arranging a recurring monthly donation by visiting our Donation Page… no amount is too small.
- Shop using Amazon Smile – select Amazing Grace Food Pantry as your charity of choice. If you have already, please update your selection.
- Use your Kroger Community Rewards Card. Enter our number 92895 to have a portion of your total purchase benefit Amazing Grace Food Pantry.
- Visit the Target Gift Registry to review a list of needed items such as canned beans, canned veggies, soups and hygiene products.
- Spread the word about us to your friends, family and coworkers! Ask your favorite businesses if they support Amazing Grace Food Pantry.
- Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter, and be sure to share our posts on your timeline.
The volunteers at Amazing Grace Food Pantry and the growing number of clients thank you for your help in fighting hunger in Collin County and North Texas. If you have any questions, comments or would like to know more, feel free to use our Contact Page or call us at (972) 292-7241.