The Annual Food For Families Food Drive is over and the count is in.
Mid South Synergy’s Diane Sechelski tells Navasota News turn-out wasn’t as high as last year but with your help, needy families now have seven more tons of food than before.
Sechelski hopes this will get struggling families through the Christmas Season, and hopefully a little bit through the New Year.
It’s good to see the county come together and help those less fortunate, she continues because the number of families who rely on local food banks seem to on the rise.
But with that, Sechelski adds what better time to contribute to your neighbors than during the season of giving. If you want to continue giving to the needy in grimes past the holidays she hopes you’ll look into giving your time or donate to our local food pantry at the Christian Community Services Center.