Food Pantry Ribbon Cutting in Frankford
Posted by Food and Wellness Network (FAWN) on September 22, 2014
New food pantry serves Frankford area
The Food and Wellness Network (FAWN) will open a new food bank to serve the Frankford section of the city with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house on Thursday, October 2nd.
The food pantry will offer emergency food as well as infant formula and nutrition classes. FAWN is a program of Turning Points for Children, which is responsible for child protection services in Lower Northeast Philadelphia.
The event will take place starting at 9 am at 4346 Frankford Avenue. Tours of the facility will follow the program. To RSVP, go here.
For more information, call Alison Floyd at 215-875-8200.
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