Postal Drive’s success will help many in Portage Township

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Published on May 27, 2015 with No Comments

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Volunteers who helped with the sorting of food, along with Drew Dvorczak (in foreground), Postal Food Drive Director. PHOTO BY Linda Roque

Board members of the Portage Township Food Pantry were delighted by the generous support they received from the community during the annual Postal Service Food Drive held Saturday, May 9.  A total of just over five-thousand pounds of food was donated by people throughout the community, and then gathered by members of the Postal Service, who delivered it to the Portage Post Office.  The food was then distributed to both Nativity of Our Savior Church and Portage Township Food Pantries.  In addition to the many volunteers who helped to transport and sort donations, the pantries want to thank all of the Portage postal carriers, especially Ronda Colville and Drew Dvorzcak, coordinators of the drive. They are also grateful to the members of the Portage High School ROTC who donated their Saturday afternoon to help sort the food.

The pantries so appreciate the generosity of our community. Their continual caring helps to ensure that residents here in Portage Township will not go hungry, in spite of the fact that many of them continue to see their help from the government’s Food Stamp Program (SNAP) cut.

Donations can be brought to the Portage Food Pantry on the first, third, and fourth Fridays of each month between 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. It is located in the back of the New Vistas Educational Opportunities Center (formerly the Portage Adult Ed Center) 5391 Central Avenue, Portage.

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