‘You’ve Been Challenged’ To Stock Depleted Shelves at Soup Kitchen & Community Centre

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The James Street Soup Kitchen and Community Centre is facing a substantial shortage of food on the shelves.  Saultonline caught up with the dedicated manager of the Community Centre, Ron Sim.

He shared details of an innovative community challenge called ‘You Have Been Challenged’ that the Community Centre has started.

The idea is for individuals, faith groups, businesses and organizations to donate a bag or box of food, and in turn, challenge three other groups or individuals to do the same.

The campaign has been launched on the Soup Kitchen Community Centre’s Facebook Page here: www.facebook.com

Follow the Campaign along and post your challenge there.

Sault Ste. Marie – You know what to do. You’ve proved it over and over again – We’ve Got This!

CHECK OUT THE LIST OF FOOD, AND OTHER ITEMS NEEDED FOR THE SOUP KITCHEN AND COMMUNITY CENTRE.

CANNED MEATS:

Tuna, Spreads, Salmon, Ham, Spam, Stews, Chicken, Pork & Beans

PEANUT BUTTER – JAM  – HONEY –  CHEESE SPREADS

MACARONI and CHEESE

RICE

PASTA and PASTA SAUCE

CANNED TOMATOES

OATMEAL – DRY CEREALS

CANNED MILK / POWERED MILK

CANNED FRUIT – CANNED VEGETABLES

CANNED SOUPS – CANNED BEANS

POWERED OR CANNED JUICES

GRANOLA BARS  and HEALTHY SNACKS FOR LUNCHES

CRACKERS

SUGAR & SALT SUBSTITUTES

COFFEE  – TEA – COFFEE WHITENER –

NUTRITIONAL LIQUID SUPPLEMENTS

SHAMPOO / TOOTHPASTE / SOAP / DEODORANT

INFANT FORMULA and DISPOSABLE DIAPERS

CLEANING SUPPLIES

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  1. The Parkland Public School is having a fund raiser. They are selling two bundles of area grown veggies and I’ve asked all the people that buy those bundles, and can do without them, to donate them to the Soup Kitchen. There has been a positive response so far. The lady that I purchased from is Tracy Poliquin and she can be found on FaceBook. Thank you.

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