Polk County Baptist Association
Sunday, December 17, 2017
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PCBA Food Bank

FOOD BANK REPORT FOR BROADCASTER
October/November/December 2016
 
 
       OCTOBER                                      NOVEMBER                                                     DECEMBER
Families helped: 382                       Families helped: 367                                       Families helped: 374
Children helped: 240                      Children helped: 240                                      Children helped: 226
Adults helped: 577                          Adults helped: 548                                          Adults helped: 553
Individuals helped: 817                  Individuals helped: 788                                  Individuals helped: 779
Volunteers: 41                                  Volunteers: 50                                                  Volunteers: 62
Volunteer hours: 130.5                  Volunteer hours: 159                                     Volunteer hours: 222
 
 
  VOLUNTEERS FOR OCTOBER-NOVEMBER-DECEMBER
 
FRIENDSHIP WETMORE                   PINE RIDGE SHILOH   NORTH ETOWAH   4-H CLUB   DELANO     
CEDAR SPRINGS                    BENTON FIRST   FELLOWSHIP  JONES CHAPEL METHODIST   ZION OAK GROVE              
BENTON STATION    CROSSROADS OLD OCOEE HOMESCHOOLERS PEOPLE HELPING PEOPLE DAY CARE CHILDREN COMMUNITY SERVICE HIGH SCHOOLERS                                                             
                                                               
BAGS PREPARED BY
 
OCTOBER             SHILOH      12 VOLUNTEERS     400 BAGS PREPARED- 382  DELIVERED       
NOVEMBER             HIWASSE UNION           15  VOLUNTEERS      390 BAGS PREPARED-367  DELIVERED               
DECEMBER              ZION      14 VOLUNTEERS          416 BAGS PREPARED-374  DELIVERED
 
HELP TENT
 
OCTOBER WAS MANNED BY BLUE RIDGE TEMPLE WITH 5 VOLUNTEERS
NOVEMBER WAS MANNED BY CLEARVIEW  WITH 5 VOLUNTEERS
DECEMBER   HELP TENT WAS MANNED BY BOANERGES 
HELP TENT GAVE AWAY TOILETRIES, DIAPERS,SOCKS, HATS,CLOTHES, DOG FOOD DURING QUARTER
 
CORPORATE DONATIONS CAME FROM:
 
UNITED GROCERY OUTLET, CHATTANOOGA FOOD BANK , HACKNEY WHOLESALE, FRESH AND LOW, IGA, M&M, RED CROSS, 
PURSHASES WERE FROM: CHATTANOOGA FOOD BANK, I.G.A., FRESH AND LOW, UNITED GROCERY OUTLET, FOOD CITY
INDIVIDUAL DONATIONS(FOOD OR MONEY), BENTON FIRST, CEDAR SPRINGS, DELANO, FRIENDSHIP, PLEASANT GROVE,  ANTIOCH, ZION,
BENTON  STATION, DELANO AWANAS,  ANONYMOUS DONOR(large donation),  FIRST VOLUNTEER BANK, RETIRED TEACHERS, DR. NICHOLSON DENTIST OFFICE, LIONS CLUB, LARGE MEAT DONATION, POLK-BRADLEY CLINIC, P.C.H.S. INTERNATIONAL CLUB, SEEKERS S.S. CLASS of FIRST BAPT. CHURCH
 
 
Please check the Financial Summary section of the Broadcaster for specifics on who donated money for
Food Bank use. We appreciate all of these churches and individuals who include the Food Bank in their monthly budget!  Pray that the families we serve will be nourished by the food they receive, but (more importantly) that they realize Christ is the Bread of Life! Thanks for your prayers and support of this critical ministry in these difficult times.
 
James Brown and Ann Womac-Co-Directors