17
Jan
2021
Lincoln #14
NE
United States of America

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The Goal – Help fight food insecurities in our community
What – help ensure The Little Free Pantries of Lincoln (Facebook page- Little Free Pantries LNK NE) are full of
food and personal care items
Who – This activity helps address food security in our community. You will benefit by knowing you are helping
provide access to food.
Why – With the pandemic, now more than ever the Little Free Pantries are needed in our community. They
have seen an increase in use and many are restocking multiple times a day.
How – Pick a pantry (or multiple pantries) at Rotary14.net. Take items from the most needed list to help keep
it stocked.
When – 3 rd week of January.

Locations

Near South:

1450 Rose Street

1800 C Street

1609 S. 26th Street

Antelope Park:

2826 Garfield

Belmont:

1159 Knox Street

Clinton:

2222 Y Street

3202 Y Street

Hartley:

29th and W Streets

Hawley:

23rd and P Streets

Woods Park:

3234 C Street

2408 J Street

Norwood Park:

4949 N 73rd Street

Northeast Lincoln:

5136 Benton Street

Meadowland:

1015 Lancaster Lane

South Lincoln:

5750 South 40th Street

Mid Lincoln:

4102 Calvert Street

Witherbee:

380 South 44th

612 South 42nd

4115 Lenox Avenue  

West A:

1245 South Folsom St

 

Most needed items

  • Canned meat* (tuna, chicken)
  • Canned stew*, chili*
  • Soup*
  • Canned fruit*
  • Canned vegetables*
  • Peanut butter*
  • Pasta
  • Rice
  • Powdered milk
  • Boxed pudding
  • Cereal
  • Oatmeal
  • Baby food*
  • Baby formula

Non-food items:

  • Deodorant
  • Soap
  • Shampoo*
  • Toilet paper
  • Toothpaste*
  • Toothbrushes
  • Feminine hygiene products

 

*Note: During winter months please do not leave items that can freeze. It is best to stick to dry goods.

 
 


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