Needs, including food pantry’s, continue to grow

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To the editor:
In these hard economic times, many businesses find they have a shortage of customers. Not so at the Open Hands Community Food Pantry. We are serving an additional 60 percent more clients than we did one year ago.
In fact, with the growing needs of Anderson County, we moved to a new building in 2010 and we’re planning to expand our services beyond the provision of food. Our larger facility will allow us to meet additional needs in the community, such as a medical clinic and soup kitchen.
These are just a few of our communities needs.
We at Open Hands Food Pantry would like to take this opportunity to invite you and your church, business or organization to partner with us and take ownership in this project. Contributing monthly, annually or a onetime donation would be a giant step in the fight against hunger.
For more information, please contact me at 502-680-6645.
As always, your ongoing prayers are a blessing to us.
Thank you in advance for your consideration and God bless.
David Montgomery