One Packet at a Time
June 20, 2012
As a general rule, when deliveries of food are made to the Casa Grande Food Bank in order to restock the shelves, one usually sees a pickup truck or van pull into the facility’s back entrance, and a few food bank volunteers will come out and help unload boxes of collected food items onto carts, which are then wheeled into the building, where the various canned goods and dried food packages are sorted and placed on the shelves.
When a needy family comes in to receive an emergency ration of food, they’ll usually come away with a couple cartons of various food items that will afford them some degree of balanced meals over a week or so, depending on the size of the family.
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