Eh? Food shelf, soup kitchen need donationsThe Northland flooding of two months ago left in its wake an increased number of people and families in need.
By: News Tribune staff, Duluth News Tribune
The Northland flooding of two months ago left in its wake an increased number of people and families in need.
That didn’t go unnoticed by Northwest Wisconsin Community Services Agency, which has seen that rise. The agency’s soup kitchen, Solid Rock Safe Haven, often has standing-room only during meals, and a depleted food pantry. A recent $2,000 grant from the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation will help replenish that stock, but your help is needed, too.
The NWCSA is looking for tuna, peanut butter, canned meats, canned fruit, bottled or canned juice, cereal, macaroni and cheese, soup, pasta, rice, hygiene items and basic household items such as toilet paper and cleaning supplies.
Drop off your donations at the NWCSA office, 1118 Tower Ave., or Solid Rock Safe Haven, 1004 N. Sixth St., in Superior.