Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

Glade Sun

November 5, 2008

Bread of Life Rescue Mission needs food donations

Requests for food are up at Bread of Life Rescue Mission, probably as a result of the slowing economy, so several concerned volunteers who live in Fairfield Glade decided to help by placing brown paper grocery bags (donated by Kroger) in businesses located along Peavine Road, Peavine Plaza and Village Green Mall. You will find these bags, with attached information about Bread of Life and suggested non-perishable food donations, presently in many businesses and possibly in more in the near future.

Although these bags are only for collection of non-perishable food, donations of perishable food, clothing and furniture are welcomed, and may be made by calling 707-0503. Monetary donations are also very welcome, and may be made by using the forms and envelopes attached to the brown bags, or may be mailed to Bread of Life at P.O. Box 1414, Crossville, TN, 38557. These donations are tax-deductible. The forms and envelopes may also be used to volunteer, for prayer requests, and as a request for a Bread of Life speaker for interested organizations.

Employees, supporters, volunteers and the many who are helped by Bread of Life thank you for any participation you may have in this drive.

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