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    Programs offered by senior centers or other community organizations, generally outside the food pantry network, that pack shopping bags (or other containers) with a supply of nutritional donated and surplus food for distribution to low-income individuals or families, students or older adults to supplement their meals at home.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Brookville Area Ministerial Assocation - Brookville Area Food Pantry - Backpack ProgramA weekend ‘backpack’ program for our elementary students. Those students who are in the program receive a bag of food on Fridays that provides meals and snacks for the weekend.JeffersonBrookville Area Ministerial Association - Brookville Area Food PantryBrookville Area Ministerial Association
    Community Food Warehouse of Mercer County - Backpack ProgramFood bank is an emergency food provider for 32 agencies throughout Mercer County. Provide services to school age children through the Backpack Program which provides food to hungry school children on weekends. Eligible children deemed to be chronically hungry receive nutritious and child friendly food items for the weekends throughout the school year. Provides services to the elderly through the Commodity Supplemental Food Program (Senior Box) once a month.MercerFood AssistanceCommunity Food Warehouse of Mercer County
    First Presbyterian Church of Bellefonte - Bagged Food ProgramPrograms that pack shopping bags (or other containers) with a supply of nutritional donated and surplus food for distribution to low-income individuals or families, students or older adults to supplement their meals at home.CentreFirst Presbyterian ChurchFirst Presbyterian Church of Bellefonte
    Second Harvest Food Bank of NWPA - BackPack ProgramProvides children with nutritious food when other resources, such as school lunches and after-school meals or snacks, are not available. Backpacks are discreetly distributed to participating children at schools on Fridays. Each backpack contains 2 breakfast items, 2 lunch items and 2 dinner items.ErieSecond Harvest Food Bank of NWPASecond Harvest Food Bank of NWPA

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