A.M.E.N. Food Pantry
A.M.E.N. (Alcorn Ministry for Emergency Needs) Food Pantry supplies food for 350 families per month on average. The volunteers at the pantry say that they enjoy the camaraderie and the opportunity to serve others. Mike Gleich, who coordinates all the pantry activities, is looking for volunteers to assist in processing clients, carrying groceries to client vehicles, and unloading deliveries and donations. Very little training is required and it is completed on the job. Anyone interested should call 662-643-5864 or go by the the pantry at 104 West Linden Street, Corinth, on any Monday, Wednesday, or Friday from 10 a.m. until noon. You can also click here to volunteer.
Dave Jennings places canned food in bags at the A.M.E.N. Food Pantry in Corinth.
Jerry Hammett assists with taking bags of food to clients' cars.
FEATURED VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
VVSC, Inc. is hosting a Back to School Bash on Friday, July 19, from 5-9 pm at 189 North College Street in Pontotoc. This event will allow children in need the opportunity to receive school supplies for the upcoming school year. They will have more than 100 free backpacks and supplies available for the children. Free refreshments will be available also. If you are interested in making a donation or volunteering for the event, contact Tori Johnson at 731-313-6479, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or click here.
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