For Immediate Release
March 19, 2009
Senator Brubaker Opens District Office for Central PA Food Bank Donations
HARRISBURG -- Senator Mike Brubaker (R-36) will open his district office in
Lititz for food donations to the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank.
Brubaker said that district residents can drop off any non-perishable food
items to his office located at 301 East Main Street in Lititz during regular
business hours, and his office staff would deliver the items to the Central
Pennsylvania Food Bank. The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank collects and
distributes food for needy families to more than 500 soup kitchens, pantries and
shelters across the region.
“Opening my district offices will give many area residents a more convenient
option to make donations,” Brubaker said. “I am hopeful that district residents
will take advantage of this opportunity to help eliminate hunger in our
Donations will be accepted from 8:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m., Monday through
Friday. A list of non-perishable food items that are accepted by the Central
Pennsylvania Food Bank are available on Brubaker’s website,
Brubaker chairs the legislative Hunger Caucus, which helps to raise awareness
of hunger and food insecurity issues in the Commonwealth.
List of Non-Perishable Food Donation Items