Southborough Food Pantry thanks mail carriers, Scouts, and residents

The weather on Saturday morning was awful — super strong winds and pouring rain. But that didn’t stop Southborough postal workers from collecting 1,400 pounds of food donated by Southborough residents as part of the annual USPS Stamp Out Hunger food drive. All the donations went to the Southborough Food Pantry.

This year was the first year Southborough mail carriers have participated in the program, and Food Pantry volunteer Barbara Jandrue said the food drive was a success.

(The letter carriers) did a fantastic job and we are so grateful. They did so with much enthusiasm and good humor. Justine Bai called in the Scouts to help at the Pantry and they were fantastic, as usual.

We sincerely thank the letter carriers, all the residents who put out their bags of food and filling our shelves for the summer months and Justine and the Scouts along with their parents for all their help.

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Steve Pflug
13 years ago

We are entering a tough time now at the Food Pantry. Donations tend to dry up with the coming of summer and an event like this goes a long way toward helping mitigate that.
Thanks to the Postal Service and the all the mailmen and women that helped make this a success.

Steve Pflug

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