Celebrating Thanksgiving with Our Third Annual Food Drive
In order to help provide emergency food to the working poor in our county, our office is conducting its third-annual food drive for The Food Pantry of Green Cove Springs. We’re asking for you to help us feed the adults and children in Clay County who are hungry.
Thanksgiving is a special time of year for us in America. Our tradition of sharing a meal with family and friends on this holiday gives us the chance to give thanks and enjoy the abundance we are so fortunate to enjoy in our great country.
Unfortunately, there are many people in our local community who are struggling this holiday season, and as we celebrate and enjoy special meals, this is a time of year when giving food can be especially helpful and meaningful to people in need.
At our office, we are truly grateful to be able to celebrate Thanksgiving with our families and friends, and we are humbled when we see how many citizens in our county are struggling with crisis situations.
Please bring cans of meat, chicken, tuna, or vegetables and jars of peanut butter or jelly to our office, this and next week, and we will deliver your donations to the Food Pantry of Green Cove Springs during Thanksgiving week.
If you have any questions about our Thanksgiving Food Drive for The Food Pantry of Green Cove Springs, please call our office at 904-264-8800, or come by and see us.
Since 1989, The Food Pantry of Green Cove Springs has helped people in the local communities of Middleburg, Baldwin, Fleming Island, Green Cove Springs, Jacksonville, Maxville (Clay Hill), Orange Park, and Penney Farms. It also gives food donations to people in our area who are homeless.
More information about The Food Pantry of Green Cove Springs can be found at Foodpantryofgcs.wordpress.com.
Pictured below are Legal Assistant, Julia T. Falkner and Associate Attorney, Alison E. Hickman, J.D.