Cornerstones Food Pantry
Do you need food? Here is a LINK to all the local food resources.
SHOPPING LIST - Low sodium, low fat, fat free, sugar free and organic items are always appreciated for our clients with dietary concerns!
Non-perishable Food: Brown Rice, Cereal, Oatmeal, breakfast items. Peanut Butter & Jelly, Wild Rice, Quinoa, Chia seeds, Kidney & black beans (dry), Canned fruit & vegetables, Canned Tuna, Salmon, Chicken, Ham. Tea, Coffee (regular & decaf - instant). Snacks (crackers, fruit & granola bars, etc.) Sugar, honey, flour, salt, spices. Condiments (mayo, ketchup, mustard, etc). Canola Oil & Olive Oil. Soy or Almond Milk.
Hygiene Items: Toilet Paper, Soap, Deodorant, Shampoo, Toothpaste, Toothbrushes, Laundry Detergent, Feminine Pads.
Baby Items: Diapers (all sizes), Baby Wipes, Formula (Similac), Baby Food (all stages)
For more information, please contact Minnie Orozco at 571-323-1410 or email@example.com.
Lost Dog and Cat Rescue (LDCR)
Have room in your home and heart for a new pet?? Here is a LINK to some wonderful pets that need a home.
Since 2001, LDCRF has saved the lives of more than 28,000 homeless pets, most of whom were facing the threat of euthanasia at over-crowded municipal shelters.
Lost Dog & Cat Rescue Foundation is overwhelmingly a volunteer-run organization with a small paid staff providing direct care to animals at the Animal Care Center in Falls Church. Many other animals are cared for in a network of volunteer foster homes and some cats are housed at Petsmart Cat Adoption Centers. Without your continuing support, this would not be possible. THANK YOU!
SHOPPING LIST – Here is the Lost dog and cat amazon wishlist.
For further information, contact Sarah Selvaraj-D'Souza 703-855-7974
(firstname.lastname@example.org) or visit us at
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