Generosity can go a long way, and donating canned goods or other non-perishables that may be sitting in your food pantry at home can help feed those in need of a nutritious meal. With Hurricane Dorian threatening our area recently, the need for food has been greater than ever, and now the Osceola Council On Aging needs the community’s help to restock their shelves.
Positively Osceola is asking the community to help restock the empty shelves in Osceola County Council on Aging’s food pantry and help make a Positive Difference in the lives of those struggling to get a meal on the table.
“Osceola County Council on Aging has served 1/3 of Osceola County’s population within the past year,” said Osceola Council On Aging’s Dietary Director and events coordinator, Cathy Arft. “Your generous donations to their food pantry will help improve the lives of senior citizens, disabled adults and disadvantaged families living in Osceola County.”
What items can you donate?
- Canned vegetables
- Tomato sauce
- Canned meats
- Fruit cups
- Peanut butter
- Any nonperishable food item that has not expired
Drop off your donations at Osceola County Council on Aging located at Barney E. Veal Center
700 Generation Point Kissimmee FL 34744 and visit http://osceolagenerations.org for more information.
Any donation is greatly appreciated! If you have any questions or concerns, call Wilda Belisle at 407-847-2144 or Cathy Arft at 407-483-1493.