In the continual fight against hunger, State Rep. Tina Davis, D-Bucks, is designating her office to pull double duty as a drop-off location for donations made to the local Salvation Army Food Pantry.
Said Davis, "Our local Salvation Army is having trouble keeping its food pantries stocked, so adding my constituent service office as an added drop-off location may make it more convenient for residents to donate what they are able.”
Davis added that her office food drive would run through November.
Residents can drop off donations to Davis' from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Collected goods will then be delivered by Davis to the Salvation Army Levittown Corps Community Center Food Pantry.
Needed items include non-perishables and goods such as canned meats and dinners, like tuna, chicken, Beefaroni, spaghetti and meatballs, ravioli; boxed cereals; boxed stuffing; instant mashed potatoes; canned soups; peanut butter; jelly or jam; pancake mix and syrup; boxed macaroni and cheese; boxed rice mixes, like Rice A Roni; boxed noodle mixes, like Lipton Noodle, Pasta Roni, etc.; spaghetti sauce; and bottled or canned juices.
These items will assist those living in our very own community.