United Church of Christ in New Brighton
1000 Long Lake Road  *  New Brighton, MN  55112
651 633-1327                  NW corner of I-694 & Long Lake Road
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Social Justice and Outreach
Updated  May 20, 2012
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  *  Local Food Shelf: Help the network that provides             
        emergency food for hungry people in Ramsey County     
                                                                                          
  * Donate to other causes: Click here & help                         
        sponsors donate food or money to combat                     
        hunger, fund free mammograms or buy                     
        rainforest acres into a protectorate.                                                                                   
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People are Hungry Now!  Help the Local Food Shelf!

The food shelves in Minnesota are suffering a shortage of available food right now.  They have more people to service, with many food shelves experiencing a 50% increase in the number of people served in 2002.  Nearly half the people who visit food shelves are children, 20% are elderly, 43% of the clients work, and 35% are retired or have a disability.


Please support our Local Food Shelf offerings of food or money now.  One hungry person is too many!
Thanks for your support!
Especially needed:

canned fruit and juices                         boxed potatoes
baking supplies (flour, sugar, oil)           spaghetti sauce 
canned vegetables                               hamburger helper
non-food items - toilet paper,                   and tuna helper
      shampoo, toothpaste,                   snacks and cookies
      laundry detergent, etc.
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