Feed/Clothe My People donations slow

Pantries throughout Door and Kewaunee counties are looking to restock their shelves for the upcoming spring demand.  Estella Huff from Feed and Clothe My People says the organization has seen a significant decline in both donations and families utilizing the pantry in the last month.  She shares some of the most needed items at this time.



Huff adds that she has noticed more single adults coming in and fewer families with children visiting the pantry weekly.  Feed and Clothe My People of Door County is open four hours a day Monday through Friday with drop-off available at the back of the North 14th Avenue location. 


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