Second Harvest Food Bank provides mobile pantry events – Morning Journal

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North Central Ohio’s Second Harvest Food Bank recently hosted a week-long mobile pantry event at five schools in three counties for the holiday season.

Second Harvest’s mobile pantries have become one of the most effective ways to feed families in the four counties they serve. On December 21st alone, Sheffield’s Brookside High School mobile pantry station was expected to feed around 350 to 400 households.

Susan Bartosch of Second Harvest said: “It’s a way to distribute food directly to people in need…especially now that we’re on vacation.”

Bartosch said he wants to help Pantry spread holiday cheer throughout the week. On December 22, he had 500 Christmas hams ready for distribution in Lorraine High School’s mobile pantry.

Bartosh said Second Harvest’s mobile pantry was born out of necessity during the pandemic. Since then, he, at 5510 Baumhart Road, has become a staple of the Pantry staff as he aims to serve those who cannot reach Lorain headquarters.

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