Greene County FHFH in Indiana donated ground venison to Bloomfield Community Food Pantry and we received a thank you note from them:
“Dear Brady and FHFH organization,
Thank you, thank you for the donation of 442 pounds of ground venison. Several people ask for deer meat when they come to the food pantry and now we can offer it to them.
The Bloomfield Food Pantry is seeing more people needing help with food insecurity. We are open three days a week from 9:00 AM – 11:00 Am and one evening 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM.
You bless many families and the pantry. Thank you again!
God bless you,
Members of the Bloomfield Community Food Pantry”
Bloomfield Community Food Pantry is a community-wide service that is administered by Bloomfield First Baptist Church to provide food to those in need. They are staffed entirely by volunteers from several different churches in the Bloomfield area. Per month, they see an average of 90 different families come through their pantry.
We thank Greene County FHFH volunteer coordinator Brady Miller, the hunters who donated deer and the financial supporters of FHFH who made it possible for us to donate venison to the food pantry to help feed people struggling with hunger in Bloomfield, Indiana.