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Mission Statement

What we do: The Lords Food Pantry is a mission of the South Brunswick Interchurch Council. The Pantry provides nutritious food, personal supplies and other items to those in need in Brunswick County that come to us regardless of income, faith or other criteria. Through our community partners, we provide food and nutritional education to inspire confidence and hope to Brunswick County families in need. The Lords Food Pantry is a community of neighbors helping neighbors committed to ending hunger and supporting self-sufficiency. Volunteer opportunities include: collecting, picking up, storing and packing food for individuals and families, processing new client intake and orders, distributing at drive-thru Saturdays, and entering information into database applications.

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The South Brunswick Interchurch Council is a collaboration of several local churches in South Brunswick County, NC, who strive to be the church of Jesus Christ to our neighbors in need bringing them from hunger to hope. The Lords Food Pantry is the primary mission of the SBIC.

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http://www.thelordsfoodpantry.org

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