For the men and women who have served, are serving, and those who have lost their lives defending our country. Thank you. Thank you for your bravery, for your desire to run towards the fight instead of away. Thank you for protecting our freedom. You deserve recognition and stability, a safe place to rest your head, and the ability to provide for yourself and your families, yet often those who have served come back to us changed and in need of help.
Thank Goodness for Freedom Pantry for Veterans
You are not alone and there is nothing wrong with asking for help and accepting help from those that only want to see you thrive.
Freedom Pantry for Veterans Food Box Give Away
Make sure to follow Freedom Pantry for Veterans on social media for more updates but mark your calendars for Saturday, March 19th, 2022 for a food box giveaway beginning at 10 am specifically for Veterans and 11 am for the general public.
The food box giveaway will take place at the National Guard Readiness Center until supplies run out. Located at 2501 Airport Lane Yakima, WA. You will head to the end of 26th Ave just off of Ahtanum in the parking lot of the National Guard Amory.
These boxes are provided by the generous donations of WDBR and Walk 4 Change
Freedom Pantry for Veterans Facebook Page
Freedom Pantry for Veterans Facebook Page

 Fundraiser for Freedom Pantry for Veterans
If you are able to help, Freedom Pantry for Veterans, a 501 c3 non-profit is hoping to make the pantry more accessible and take things on the road

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