Mormon Helping Hands spreads food during summer contribution 'drought'

by | Apr. 26, 2013

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Mormon Helping Hands is teaming up with Foodbank of Santa Barbara County and the 5Cities Homeless Coalition to stock the two organization’s shelves with food and much-needed first-aid supplies this weekend.

Wearing their trademark yellow T-shirts, the volunteers from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will collect and sort food donations at two locations Saturday.

Mormon volunteers are asking the public to donate nonperishable goods, with peanut butter, jelly and canned tuna, chili and stew at the top of the priority list, said health educator Carly Neubert, a spokeswoman for Mormon Helping Hands.

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