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- May 2, 2007 at 11:56 pm #251791Guest
Another suggestion. Our local food bank allows you to come and receive donations
once a month. There are of course basic income restrictions but many local food
banks have similar a practice. Not sure per say your particular situation or
financial constraints but this may be an option to consider. Also local food
banks in association with local thrift stores (second hand stores) offers up day
old bread for a meager donation. This is usually done weekly or bi-weekly. You
could mostly likely contact your local “community action team” or local resource
center and I am certain they could point you in the right direction.
COOLCATPANTHER <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: Something else you might
want to try. Not sure if you qualify for, or what
your feelings are on the subject though. Maybe you can see if your kids
qualify for free or reduced price lunches at school. Or see if you can get
food stamps. Maybe check out to see if there is a S.H.A.R.E. or an
Angelfood Ministry thing near you to help reduce the cost of food.
Posted by: “mkroom4trble” email@example.com mkroom4trble
Date: Mon Apr 30, 2007 12:51 pm ((PDT))
Can anyone suggest on how I can manage this? I have 300 to spend on
grocery every month but I can’t seem to make it last. Thanks.
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