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PACH Outreach shopping carts will roll at Fourth of July parade


PACH volunteers will march on hunger again this year in Pepperell’s Annual Fourth of July Parade on Saturday, July 5, 2014.

PACH volunteers will be rolling shopping carts along the parade route to collect nonperishable food donations such as peanut butter, jelly, juice boxes, canned ravioli, and macaroni and cheese, diapers and toilet paper.

If you will be watching the 4th of July parade, please consider bringing a donation. PACH relies heavily on food drives to replenish our shelves, and to make sure we have enough food for the increased demand during the summer months.

Later, while you enjoy the activities and food on the town field, look for the Pepperell Christian Fellowship booth and purchase some beautiful, one-of-a-kind African jewelry. All proceeds will be donated to PACH.

About PACH Outreach

PACH is about neighbors-helping-neighbors. Our mission is to ensure no one in Pepperell goes hungry. PACH Outreach is a volunteer-led, community-based, nonprofit organization providing short-term assistance to Pepperell residents during difficult times. As the only food pantry for the 11,000 residents of Pepperell, PACH serves over 475 individuals each month, including families and single adults. We’re committed to providing residents with food to help them stay healthy and well nourished, as well as personal care items and referrals to additional resources that can help our neighbors get back on their feet.

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