Harvest Regional Food Bank returns to Columbia County, Arkansas with its TEFAP USDA Commodity Mobile Pantry next Wednesday, January 5.

“We have several communities in our rural service area that are not fully served by local partner agencies. To be sure that the residents in these areas are served, we are providing direct service where needed.” said Camille Coker Wrinkle, Executive Director of Harvest Regional Food Bank.

Harvest Regional Food Bank will be making this distribution of food boxes directly from their truck on Wednesday, January 5, 2022, starting at 9 AM and go till 11 AM or until all boxes have been distributed.

Credit: Harvest Regional Food Bank
Credit: Harvest Regional Food Bank

The truck will be parked at 102 E. Main St. in Waldo, AR at the Fire Department.

The next Mobile Pantry for Columbia Co Residents is scheduled for April 6, 2022.

CDC precautions and recommendations against the Coronavirus are still in place and  Harvest is taking all precautions to ensure their staff, volunteers and recipients safety. Mobile pantries now operate as “drive-thru” distributions. Food boxes will be loaded directly into vehicles. Recipients will not be allowed to exit the vehicle or park to pick up food.

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To qualify for this distribution you must bring photo identification or proof of address for verifying you are a resident of Columbia County. Distribution is limited to one box per household, 2 households per vehicle.

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

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