By becoming a GEM and making a monthly commitment to the Pantry you will make a long-term impact, help sustain our programs and reduce our administrative costs so that more of your money goes right to our mission: fighting food insecurity in our community.
We were so happy to have our volunteer luncheon again and see our volunteers back in-person.
The Franklin Food Pantry today announced three new members to its Board of Directors. Community Members Vicki Coates, Susan Dewsnap, and Chris Kilburn have joined its Board to further The Franklin Food Pantry’s mission to provide immediate hunger relief and healthy sustainable solutions within the Franklin area as well as guide The Pantry to its next stage of services.
We are very excited to share our 2020 Annual Report with you. This snapshot of Franklin Food Pantry’s revenues, expenses, programs, donors and neighbors provides an update on our operations and the impact of your support. We faced many challenges this past year and are pleased that The Food Pantry emerged from The Pandemic stronger than ever and continues our mission to serve our neighbors.
For the first time, The Franklin Food Pantry offered our neighbors an extra holiday distribution for July 4th! On Wednesday, June 30 neighbors received a bag full of ingredients for a July 4th cook out including hot dogs, hamburgers, buns, chips, and dessert.