SPARTANBURG CO., S.C. (WSPA) – The Foster Care Spartanburg is asking for your help in filling the shelves their food pantry.
According to a post on their Facebook page, the foster care group says this is a great way for Vacation Bible Schools, scouts groups, clubs, and organizations to get involved and help the community.
They say their biggest needs include:
- canned vegetables
- canned fruits
- canned meats
- noodles, rice, and dry beans
- cereal and other breakfast items, pop tarts
- spaghetti sauce
- peanut butter and jelly
- drink mixes
They are asking for any and all non-perishable, in-date items.
They are also accepting pop-top cans for the homeless population.
For more information, you can contact SC Department of Social Services: Foster Care Spartanburg on Facebook.
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