Home Agencies The JCC’s Elmer Toth Food Pantry celebrates 37 years

The JCC’s Elmer Toth Food Pantry celebrates 37 years

158
0
Annabelle Toth and Shari Menlowe-Barck next to the Elmer Toth Food Pantry van.

It was 1984 when Annabelle Toth started the JCC’s Elmer Toth Food Pantry in honor of her father.

Now, 37 years later the food pantry, a member of Feed More is thriving. Especially during the pandemic, we were busy serving all races and religions in the community.

Food partners, Publix and Trader Joe’s, give generously to Elmer Toth, 3 time a week. Some items available are meat, produce, eggs, milk, bread, dessert and canned goods.

There are 15+ volunteers tirelessly working to make sure everyone gets what they need.

The JCC Pantry is open to the public – Sundays, 11:30 a.m. -1 p.m., and Tuesdays, 11:15 a.m. – 1 p.m. Everyone who needs food is welcome!

For any questions, please feel free to contact the JCC Adult Programming Director/Food Pantry Supervisor, Shari Menlowe-Barck, at (804) 545-8611 or sbarck@weinsteinjcc.org.

 

Previous articleTwo ‘incredible’ families host Israeli baseball player this summer
Next articleThird Violins of Hope Featured Concert with the Richmond Symphony!

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here