There are many ways Kenai Peninsula residents have blessed us here at the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank, but the biggest and best blessings we receive are from supporters.
We at the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank the board members, employees and I wish to convey our gratitude for the work performed at our facility in preparation of an addition to house additional cooler space and freezers. Lou Oliva of L & J Enterprises using Craig Taylor Equipment dug a hole next to the back of our building off Kalifornsky Beach Road in Soldotna. Wilder Construction donated gravel, which was spread by board members Dayne Clark and Kevin Skiba using equipment from Alaska Sure Seal and Craig Taylor. We are very grateful for their support now and throughout the year.
Local grocery stores continue to donate more perishable food products so we need additional cooler space to store the food products in a safer environment. The current cooler does not accommodate any extra perishables we may receive.
We take our 19-year mission of "No one deserves to be hungry" very seriously and are continually striving to reach any who are hungry and equitably distribute our warehoused food for the most impact on hunger on the Kenai Peninsula from Seward to Homer.
Thank you, Kenai Peninsula residents, for your support.
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