Week 54 at the Bread House

Week 54:  The Bread House had a steady stream of folks this week. We see our numbers drop somewhat with the stimulus checks out, but they are starting to pick back up. We continue to see new families come to the Bread House every week. This week we had seven new families representing 21 individuals who benefited from this outreach program!

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Meet Lebaron; he is our weekly driver who delivers all kinds of goodies courtesy of Destin Harvest. They go to local stores and glean what is not needed and deliver them to food pantries in the local area. In one year, the Bread House has become the largest food pantry in the area, exceeding all expectations. Due to the large demand and the generous donations from our congregation and community, it allows this to happen! The Bread House has become a community support activity. All are welcome to come! Folks from Shalimar and Ft. Walton bring donations to help those in need.

If you have not stopped by the Bread House, please come by any Mon, Wed, or Fri between 9-12. We would love to show you around!

Week 54 Numbers
Bags Collected - 234
Bags Given Out - 280
Gift cards Given - 0
Members Served - 204

Total Numbers
Bags Collected - 16,026
Bags Given Out - 14,465 (54.2 tons)
Gift cards Given - 174 (over $7,305)
Members Served - 11,420

7 New Visitors - 21 family members

Items Always Needed
  • Dried beans and rice
  • Canned vegetables (corn, green beans, mixed), beans, soups (tomato, chicken noodle, and mushroom), tuna and chicken
  • Fruit cups and single-serving chips and snacks
  • Mac and cheese
  • Cereal, oatmeal, and grits
  • Paper Towel and Toilet Paper

If you would like to donate to the Bread House, you can do that in the MEMO line enter COVID-19 or Bread House.

Bless you, for all you do to help those in need!  Questions or want to become a volunteer, contact Janet Norris at 850.598.5399, email norrisjanet59@gmail.com or Pete Peters at 703.395.2437, fpeters1@cox.net.

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