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Supplies Low for Salvation Army Food Pantries in Central Arkansas

Canned meat, vegetables and milk are the items most needed.
The Salvation Army needs a helping hand to refill its nearly empty food pantries in Central Arkansas.

The agency says it's running out of food to give to needy families and needs donations of nonperishable food items.

Last month, The Salvation Army of Central Arkansas served 200 families through its food pantries.

Children out of school during the summer months generally means an increase in demand. Many of the families served by the Salvation Army find it difficult to provide healthy, balanced meals on limited budgets.

To schedule a donation pickup call (501) 374-9296 or you can drop off a donation at:
Little Rock
1111 West Markham

North Little Rock
1505 West 18th Street

129 N. Main Street

Most Requested Items:
 1. Canned meat
 2. Produce (Canned fruit & veggies)
 3. Milk (Boxed, non-refrigerated)
 4. Ready-to-eat meals (macaroni & cheese, canned soups, raviolis, etc.)
 5. Diabetic specific meals
 6. Dried rice and beans
 7. Bread
 8. Cereal
 9. Diapers
10. Personal Hygiene Products
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