Bucks County Food Pantries need your help! The Bucks County Opportunity Council is asking for the public's help to keep the shelves of food pantries across the county stocked.
The lead anti-poverty non-profit organization in Bucks County has organized a food drive on Wednesday, April 1 from 9 a.m. to noon. Please bring non-perishable food items to the BCOC Admin Office at 100 Doyle Street in Doylestown. The food trucks will be open, so you can load items in the truck yourself. Or, their team can unload from your vehicle for you. To minimize contact, have only one designated person drop off the food.
Foods to Donate
Fruit juice (100%)
NO glass containers and NO expired foods.
If you'd like to help in another way, you can also donate money online at this link. BCOC purchases food in bulk, so you donation can go even further! Plus, The Gene and Marlene Epstein Humanitarian Fund has pledged to MATCH all gifts up to $10,000. But, BCOC must meet their fundraising goal of at least $10,000 to receive it. Use this link or text Give2-BCOC to 77948 to donate.
Looking for more ways to help during the coronavirus pandemic? Click here.