Help Needy Central Kentucky Families By Filling Pod With Food

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 11/01/2012 10:32 pm
Put something in a pod to help Central Kentucky families in need.

God's Pantry Food Bank and Pods Containers are joining forces to help the hungry.

Now through November 21st you can put non-perishable foods in a Pods container.

You'll find it in the parking lot of Clear Channel Radio in Nicholasville Road at New Circle.

God's Pantry suggests things like canned vegetables, canned fruit, soup and peanut butter.

When the conatiner is full, the food will be delivered to God's Pantry.
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