Call to Action: Let's beat hunger!
Jackson County United Way- IN
Food insecurities are more common in Jackson County due to the Covid-19 outbreak. Many seniors and other individuals in Jackson County need assist meeting their nutritional needs. There are many ways to help without coming in to direct contact with others:
- Collect non-perishables for The Shed in Brownstown. (across from police station)
- Collect non-perishables for The Shed in Freetown.
- Collect non-perishables for the 4-H Little Food Pantries (view locations here: https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/edit?mid=1BGNciUqvQMaN9DTMekIXzxEO3oQ6u3-d&ll=38.87750230848716%2C-86.01790406669348&z=11)
This is an independent volunteer opportunity with the opportunity to give while social distancing. It is a great way to help those who are in need; let's beat hunger together and ensure no one goes to bed hungry.
*This opportunity is presented to you by the Jackson County United Way, Indiana.
About Jackson County United Way- IN
113 N Chestnut St., Suite 301, Seymour, IN 47274, US
The mission of the Jackson County United Way is to continually assess the needs of the people of Jackson County and improve their quality of life by raising and allocating funds for human care and developmental programs.
The Jackson County United Way Volunteer Action Center was created in November of 2010 to connect the volunteers of Jackson County to the agencies who are in need of their skills and services.