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The Plymouth VFW Auxiliary will be distributing bags of non-perishable food for our community members who may be struggling, and need some help. This is a one day event, to be held on Thursday, September 17th. The distribution will begin at 1:00 PM and end at 3:00 PM or until the food runs out.
This is a contact free event. There is no identification required, and it is open to all of our local
community members. The only requirement is that you have a need for food during these trying times. All you have to do is drive up, open your trunk, and a Plymouth Auxiliary member will put a bag of food in your car.
This food distribution is being spearheaded by Nancy Dignan, through the Plymouth VFW Auxiliary Community Outreach Program. Much of the food has been donated by members of the VFW Post, or friends of the Plymouth VFW, but community members can donate food for this event as well.
The Plymouth VFW Auxiliary can always use more food for this event! Community members who may wish to make non-perishable food donations for this effort, can drop them off at the Plymouth VFW Post beginning on Saturday, September 12th, through Wednesday, September 16th. Our Plymouth Auxiliary will be happy to bag up all donations, right up to the day before the
Please bring ONLY non-perishable goods. All donations are gratefully accepted.
TO DONATE FOOD: You can drop off non-perishable food items at the Plymouth VFW Post during the following hours:
Monday-Friday 2:00-7:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday 12:00-7:00 PM
Plymouth VFW Post
1426 S Mill Street (Just North of AnnArbor Road)
Thursday September 17th
1:00 – 3:00 PM – Or until all food is distributed…
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