Marlborough firefighters donate to those in need

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Members of Marlborough Fire Dept. Shift 1
photo/courtesy Ron Ayotte

Marlborough – Firefighters from Marlborough’s Shift 1 dropped off a food donation to Father Michael McKinnon of the Holy Trinity Anglican Church this past week. Shift 1 pooled together their own money and donated food items to the the church and it’s outreach program, which helps families in need.

The program is in need of donations for the following items:

 

  • small jars of peanut butter and jelly (small jars are helpful as people must carry their groceries home and many are older folks)
  • spaghetti and red sauce
  • canned tuna and/or chicken and mayonnaise
  • Progresso soups
  • boxes of mac -n- cheese
  • bags of rice
  • canned vegetable (i.e., green beans, corn, carrots)
  • detergent (for washing clothes)
  • dishwashing liquid
  • fresh eggs by the dozen
  • loaves of bread
  • half gallon cartons of milk

Also…

  • shaving cream, body wash, deodorant, shampoo and conditioner, toilet paper, tissues and paper towels.

Volunteers are present in the Church’s Outreach Center, 478 Lincoln Street, Saturdays from 3:30-4:15. p.m.