Food Bank’s Mobile Food Pantry to Distribute Food in South Lake Tahoe on Wednesday, April 23rd
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, CA – The Food Bank of El Dorado County will be in the community of South Lake Tahoe with its Mobile Food Pantry on Wednesday, April 23rd from 10am to 11am at the American Legion Hall located at 2748 Lake Tahoe Blvd.
If you are struggling to make ends meet and live in El Dorado County please stop by for your food distribution.
Please note that the Food Bank will provide one allocation of groceries per household.
The Food Bank of El Dorado County built its mobile food pantry in 2012 to reach the most rural areas of El Dorado County. Each week the Food Bank travels to a different city within the county distributing enough food for up to 150 families. Food Bank Founder Mike Sproull says “Our mobile food pantry is an effective vehicle for assisting El Dorado County’s most at-risk population in areas that may have limited transportation and resources.”
Thanks to community sponsors like American Century Championship Contribution Committee who donated $2,500 to the Food Bank for its impact to the South Shore community, the Food Bank’s mobile food pantry continues to support the South Lake Tahoe community. Food Bank Communications & Development Director Carey Fong says “sponsorships like these are a great way for organizations to give back to their community while providing an opportunity for volunteerism.”
If your organization or business is interested in sponsoring a mobile food pantry distribution please contact the Food Bank’s Communications & Development Director Carey Fong.
Come rain or shine, the Food Bank will be in South Lake Tahoe from 10-11am at the American Legion Hall distributing groceries.
For more information on how you can give or get help, simply call us at (530) 621-9950 or email us at email@example.com.
Contributions can be mailed to the Food Bank of El Dorado County at 4550 Business Drive, Cameron Park, CA 95682 or online at www.foodbankedc.org or by calling Carey Fong at (530) 621-9950. Together we can reach out to our neighbors who struggle to make ends meet.