Passing on our abundance to those in need
Share the wealth!
If you've been using the grocery game for any length of time, your cupboards, fridge and freezer are bursting! Your bank account is bigger too, because you have been spending less, yet getting even more!
Why not share the wealth from your stockpile of groceries? Here, quickly and easily, you can find out how and where to donate food to those in need right in your own hometown. This is the best way to show your gratitude for how much you have. We're blessed. So let's pass on the blessing.
TIPS ON DONATING MORE FOR LESS WITH TERI'S LIST!
Look through your own pantry for items that will expire in the next six months.
Tip: Get the kids involved to help!
Learn the list below to see what items are the most needed.
Tip: Many other items with a long shelf life will be welcomed as well.
Even Better: Call your local church, homeless shelter, food pantry or food bank and ask what they need most at the moment.
- Look for blue or green items on this week's Teri's List that match.
- Shop and drop off your donations in one trip to save time and fuel!
MOST NEEDED ITEMS
Pork & Beans
Macaroni & Cheese
What's the difference between a food pantry and a food bank?
A food bank solicits, collects, stores and distributes large donations of food to a variety of food programs, including food pantries.
A food pantry provides three- to five-day bags of food directly to families and individuals who have a place to live but not enough food. These packages are designed to provide nutritionally balanced meals.