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The Montgomery Area Food Bank, the City of Montgomery and more than 300 volunteers from a group of 15 local area churches, conducted a “SERVE DAY” Mobile Pantry in the Cramton Bowl Multiplex Saturday morning, distributing almost 70,000 pounds of nutrition to more than 1,000 families in need.
Approximately 85 percent of the local partner agencies MAFB works with are faith based. Achieving shared goals, whether in small increments or large, sweeping projects like Saturday’s SERVE DAY Mobile Pantry, provides tangible examples of community building in the truest sense of the phrase.
If you thought the Summer Food Drive was over weeks ago – not so fast. Last Friday our CEO Richard A. Deem met with Rob Renfroe of Renfroe’s Market to receive additional proceeds.
Renfroe's kept the food drive going and donated a dollar whenever customers purchased select items. “As a local business it’s imperative that we find those local entities that need help, such as the Montgomery Area Food Bank,” said Renfroe shortly after the presentation of $1,000.