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Tailgate Food Distribution Events Announced for Monday, April 13 – Saturday, April 18

April 9, 2020
 
MUNCIE, IN – Second Harvest Food Bank announces the following regularly scheduled and EXTRA Tailgate Food Distribution events:
 
• JAY COUNTY: Wednesday, April 15, 11:00am- 1:00pm
LOCATION: Jay County Fairgrounds – 806E. Votaw St., Portland
 
• MADISON COUNTY: EXTRA! Thursday, April 16, 10:00am – 12:00n
LOCATION: Old Kmart Parking Lot – 2811 E. Nichol Ave, Anderson
 
• HENRY COUNTY: Friday, April 17, 9:00am – 11:00am
LOCATION: First Baptist Church – 709 S. Memorial Dr., New Castle
 
• RANDOLPH COUNTY: Friday, April 17, 1:00pm – 3:00pm
LOCATION: Goodrich Park – 701 N. Union St., Winchester
 
• DELAWARE COUNTY: EXTRA! Saturday, April 18, 10:00am – 12:00noon
LOCATION: Muncie Mall – 3501 N. Granville Ave., Muncie
 
No IDs or Proof of Address required. All are welcome.
 
Distribution is while supplies last. We are requesting that attendees only go through the line one time so we can serve everyone.
 
If you are walking up or coming via a vehicle too small to carry a load of food, please plan to arrive an hour after the tailgate starts.
 
More information and resources for local food pantries in your area, visit our website, www.CureHunger.org.
 
 
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ABOUT SECOND HARVEST FOOD BANK
Second Harvest Food Bank of East Central Indiana is the region’s largest hunger-relief organization serving over 100 pantries and meal programs in Blackford, Delaware, Grant, Henry, Jay, Madison, Randolph and Wabash Counties. With a vision to see people in East Central Indiana free from hunger and self-sufficient, our mission is to provide help for today by feeding the hungry and hope for tomorrow by addressing the causes of food insecurity while empowering people toward self-sufficiency. Our goal is to feed East Central Indiana’s most vulnerable residents through a region-wide network of member agencies and programs and to engage our region in the fight to end hunger. Each year, the Second Harvest Food Bank network provides assistance to more than 67,000 under-resourced people and families, including more than 20,000 children and nearly 5,200 seniors.  www.CureHunger.org