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How To Help Feed Those In Need This Christmas

fully stocked pantry shelves
December 13, 2022

Throughout 2022, BRIGHT-FM listeners have helped feed thousands of Marylanders by donating to the Pantry Project. First and foremost, we want to say THANK YOU. If you’ve ever donated or prayed for our Pantry Project events, we are so grateful. We could not have done it without you.

Maybe you have been hearing about the Pantry Project, but haven’t had a chance to get involved yet…Good news – there is still time! We have ONE more event left in 2022 and we need your help to finish strong!

If you’re able to donate, below are some ideas on what to buy and how to create a meal box out of the items pantries are in need of most, as well as details on where we will be!

Breakfast Box:

• Pancake Mixes
• Muffin Mixes
• Pancake Syrup
• Granola Bars

Dinner/Lunch Box:

• Canned Meats (Spam, corned beef, ham, salmon)
• Canned Fruit
• Canned Meals (Chef Boyardee, Stews, Chili)
• Pasta Sides
• Potato Sides
• Mashed Potatoes
• Rice Sides 

Dessert Box:

• Cake Mixes
• Brownie Mixes
• Frosting

Toiletry Box:

• Toothbrush
• Toothpaste
• Face wash
• Body wash
• Shampoo & conditioner
• Razors & shaving cream
• Laundry detergent

All of the items in these lists have been specifically requested by the pantries that BRIGHT-FM is partnering with. It could be an entire box or just one item, either way, all donations are appreciated and prayed over before BRIGHT-FM hands them off!

If you’re able to, we’d love to see you at our LAST van stop, sponsored by Chesapeak Shredding:

Thursday, December 15th, 4 PM – 6 PM at Weis Market on Marlboro Ave in Easton

Whether or not you’re able to donate, we appreciate you and pray you are having a wonderful Christmas season.

Not able to donate this year but would like to in the future? Stay tuned because we have plenty more Pantry Project events coming in 2023! Keep an eye on our BRIGHT-FM event page for updates and more exciting opportunities!

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