Madison Community Services Food Pantry Report:11/9/11

By Cheryl T Campbell | Charitable Event

Nov 09

MCS Food Pantry Report for November 9, 2011

As Thanksgiving approaches, we continue to extend our gratitude for the donations we have received. Thanks to Cub Scout Troop #491, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, MASTR, Westbrook Elks 31784,  Ed Bennet Jr., Mrs. Root, Washbourne Boys, Robert’s, Stop & Shop, Cumberland Farms, Subway, Cohen’s Bagels and N2N.

This week there were 85 clients (10 Homebound). Total amount of food distributed – 2, 806 lbs. Total amount of food shelved – 2,396 lbs. Total amount of food purchased by MCS – 963 lbs.

Total amount of food donated – 1,425 lbs.
This week, MCS would like to recognize the rest of the Supervisors who give of themselves to create a cordial and friendly environment for our clients. Mitch Cohan (Stop & Shop meat pick-up), Mike Maguire (“tech person”), Lisa Brennan, Lisa Preikszas, Rebecca Bixon, JoAnn Veillette-Stonehart.
Without these dedicated people we could not operate the pantry. So thanks to all of you for making our job such an easy and enjoyable one.
Donations

  • MASTR – $185
  • Cub Scout Troop 491 – 791 lbs. of food
  • St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church – 286 lbs. of food
  • Westbrook Elks  1789 – 80 lbs. of food
  • Ed Bennet Jr. – 13 lbs. of food
  • Washbourne Boys – 5 lbs. of food
  • Mrs. Root – 15 lbs. of food
  • Robert’s – 89 lbs. of pastries  and bread
  • Stop & Shop – 65 lbs. of meat
  • Cumberland Farms – 65 lbs. of bread and pastries
  • Cohen’s Bagels – 14 lbs. of bagels
  • Subway – 2 lbs. of bread
  • N2N – personal care items

Madison Community Services, Inc is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) compliant organization, independent of the Town of Madison, CT and we would like to thank all of the people/organizations of Madison for their continued support!

About the Author

Cheryl is an author, speaker and entrepreneur who has volunteered for MCS, Inc since 2005. She became a member of the board a few years later as the Food Drive Coordinator and has proudly served as the organization's President since 2010.