Delta High School collected over 1,535 items and over 1,228 pounds of food during a food and toy drive sponsored by the student council in partnership with the Delta Police Department, Jerry Reiher State Farm and Kevin Parks State Farm.
The ambassadors from the Delta Area Chamber of Commerce are collecting canned food to support the Delta Food Pantry through Dec. 22.
Saturday, May 13, is the 25th anniversary National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) annual nationwide food drive. The Stamp Out Hunger® Food Drive, the country's largest single-day food drive, provides residents with an easy way to donate food to those in need in the community.
What do Girl Scouts do with their Girl Scout cookie money? The 19 girls in Troop 10083 chose to help the Delta Food Pantry!
The holidays are a time of giving, and for the last four years the students at Paonia Elementary School and the North Fork School of Integrated Studies have given a lot of food to the Paonia food pantry.
The food pantry is operated by the North Fork Ministerial Association, which includes the Paonia Church of Christ, Friends Church, the Church of the Nazarene, and Paonia Christian Fellowship.
Mary Pfalzgraff's heart is filled with gratitude -- not because the shelves at the Delta Food Pantry are full. They're actually quite the opposite.
The Delta Food Pantry has found that the people of Delta County are more than generous. "We would like everyone to know just how much it means to us," said Mary Pfalzgraff and Karen Basher, the food pantry's new directors.
The generosity of Delta citizenry was remarkable in Saturday's annual postal food drive. During these trying economic times, the Delta community contributed over 4,000 pounds of nonperishable food for those in need.
The United Methodist Youth spent part of their Super Bowl Sunday gathering food and dollars for the Delta Food Pantry. These young superheroes delivered 30-plus bags and boxes of canned vegetables, meat and soups to help fill pantry shelves.
The goal of the Delta Food Pantry is that "Nobody should be hungry!" Five days each week, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m., volunteers distribute grocery bags filled with canned goods, frozen meat, staples and fresh produce for emergency assistance from the back of St. Michael's Catholic Church.
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