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Federal Way service clubs stock food bank shelves

On June 8, volunteers from Federal Way service organizations donated kid-friendly foods to the Multi-Service Center
On June 8, volunteers from Federal Way service organizations donated kid-friendly foods to the Multi-Service Center's food bank.
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The Federal Way Community Service Club Network recently launched a quarterly project to stock the shelves at the Multi-Service Center Food Bank.

On June 8, volunteers from Federal Way service organizations donated kid-friendly foods such as macaroni and cheese, microwave soups, juice boxes, granola bars, fruit and pudding cups and snacks. In March, clubs in the network collected baby formula and diapers. The next project seeks more non-perishable food and garden produce, with delivery slated for Sept. 14. For the fourth project, volunteers will collect socks, coats, blankets, gloves and scarves for the Multi-Service Center, with delivery set for Dec. 14.

Click here to learn more about the network and its projects.

 

 

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