LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — A local church is asking for donations to help support the people its food pantry serves.
St. John's Church partners with Lafayette Urban Ministries to put together a food pantry.
Organizers said right now, they need cereal and toilet paper.
Associate Rector, Hilary Cooke said those are both items not covered by food stamps.
"Cereal can be very expensive and so anytime there is a sale at the store, you know buy two get one free kind of thing where people can stock up and bring the extras here because they will defintiely be used," said Cooke.
Items can be dropped off at the church. Cooke said donations of any kind are always welcome.
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