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Nov 19
05:26am, Nov 19, 2012



Island Harvest - the largest food bank on Long Island is joining FEMA and The Red Cross in the recovery efforts following Hurricane Sandy. As the Holidays near, the organization is asking residents to help by making small donations of food and water as the supplies being distributed are quickly running out. The organization is also asking residents to volunteering by assisting in food distribution.

For more information, visit Island Harvest at www.IslandHarvest.org.

Nov 24
published by kmineo
02:44pm, Nov 24, 2011

Ace Family Development Center (Amityville) 631-842-6100
Alix Rubinger Kosher Food Pantry (Massapequa) 516-541-0740
American Red Cross Bellport Senior Nutrition Program (East Patchogue) 631-758-5500
American Red Cross Central Kitchen (Upton) 631-344-2370

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