Warminster Supermarket Teams Up with Local Church to Fight Against Food Insecurity

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The food donations will go to those facing food insecurity this holiday season.

A Bucks County supermarket is teaming up with local churches and other organizations to help those without food this holiday season. Staff writers at the Lower Bucks Times wrote about the food collections.

The ShopRite of Warminster, in partnership with the Neshaminy-Warwick Presbyterian Church’s Mission Team, are working together to organize a Fill the Holiday Truck food collection event in order to benefit Warminster Food Pantry.

The event will be held on Dec. 10 from 11 AM – 2 PM at ShopRite of Warminster, located at 942 West Street Road in Warminster.

“Unfortunately, food insecurity is a year-round problem,” said Mike Cerino, director, Warminster Food Bank.

“During this season of giving, we urge people to come out, make a donation of non-perishable food items and groceries and help us brighten the holiday season for those who are experiencing food insecurity in our local communities.”

Read more about the food donations at the Lower Bucks Times.

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