KALMAN, Ala. – The United Method of Cullman County will host a group meals drive in 2023. February 6-11 to profit all Cullman County meals banks, meals pantries and feeding ministries. Cullman Wal-Marts may even have staffed drop-off places. United Method additionally encourages native companies, organizations and places of work to host meals drives at their group through the week.
“With meals and different commodity costs skyrocketing, it is turning into an increasing number of troublesome for households to purchase groceries every month,” stated United Method Govt Director Wade Harbison. “We have heard from our United Method Meals Financial institution, Cullman Caring for Children, in addition to all the opposite meals banks and meals ministries in Cullman County that the variety of households coming in every month has elevated (by) alarming numbers. Most native meals banks fed nearly double their common final yr in comparison with the yr earlier than.”
Due to this excessive quantity of households in want of meals and extra individuals coming to meals banks, Harbison stated, meals provides at the moment are critically low at Cullman County meals banks.
“The rise in site visitors at these meals banks has left all of them very low to provide to these in want, and a few say they’re at traditionally low reserves proper now,” he stated.
To fight this, United Method will host its first group meals drive. An inventory of drop-off places will be discovered at www.uwaycc.org/community-food-drive. These embody native grocery shops, church buildings and the United Method workplace.
Companies can contact the United Method at 256-739-2948 to make preparations to select up donation containers. Donations collected from the United Method Neighborhood Meals Drive will probably be distributed to all meals banks, diet ministries and pantries all through Cullman County.
For extra details about the group meals drive, go to www.uwaycc.org/community-food-drive or name 256-739-2948.