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Making sure our neighbors in need have food and resources is and always will be our first priority. In light of recent circumstances, we will be taking certain measures to protect them.

We will never allow our guests to go without food. However, there are going to be some changes. Until March 30, we will be suspending sit-down meals and free farmer's markets. Instead, we will have bagged lunches free to pick-up for anyone who needs it. These will be distributed from 11:30-1 at the Church of the Redeemer every day except Saturdays, when they will be distributed at St. Peter's. Canned goods and other non-perishables will also be available.  We have been asked by our host Churches to limit the number of people in their buildings, and we have been advised by Health Officials that we should control the number of people handing the food we offer our guests, so during this time, we will not have any volunteers. 

The good news is we've had a lot of practice weathering crises. Through blizzards, hurricanes, floods and more, we have never closed. We're good at this! We promise we will never leave our community in need. 

For those who have asked how to help: Thank you! The best way to assist us at this time is by making a donation through our website. The situation is evolving quickly, and we're responding in real time, so it's impossible for us to anticipate what we'll need.  Financial donations will allow us to get the food and supplies we need, when we need them, and get them to our guests as quickly as possible.  We are so grateful for your continued support.

Stay healthy and safe.

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