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Pictured left to right are: Jason Smith, Publix Meat manager, Justin Brewer, Assistant Store manager and Tony dePadua, volunteer for the Greene County Food Pantry with some of the many cases of food being donated.

In the last half of 2019, Publix conducted two different Food for Sharing campaigns to help fight hunger.  Together with the communities support, the campaign raised more than $17,000.

Customers were presented with three levels of giving at the register.  The monies raised were used to purchase food.  The food included tuna, peanut butter and jelly, green beans, macaroni and cheese and stew and more.  These products were donated to the Greene County Food Pantry.  “Publix has been a tremendous supporter of the Greene County Food Pantry.  Thank you to Ever Vega, Jason Smith and the entire Publix team for their leadership” stated Becky Smith, President of the Food Pantry Board 

The Greene County Food Pantry supports a large community of people in need:  children, low- income families and senior citizens who are 60 years of age or older. It serves over 1000 individuals representing  more than 530 families each month. 

The Food Pantry is a 501©3 non-profit organization.   Tax deductible donations are needed and can be mailed to Greene County Food Pantry, PO Box 697, Greensboro, GA  30642.  Volunteers are needed Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:30-1:00 to assist carrying bags to the cars. People who would like donate food or volunteer to help in this effort, should call the Food Pantry Staff at 706-453-1380 or e-mail them at gcfoodpantry@yahoo.com.  For more information, you can also go to http://www.greenecountyfoodpantry.com

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