Omaha Parks and Rec. Department of food powered for the needy

OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) – The Department of Parks and Recreation of the City of Omaha is hosting a Food Drive to the Foodbank for the Heartland’s Pantry for those with constant needs and needs from Monday, February 15 through Sunday, February 21 those who are “new to” need to fill. “

If you need to drop off non-perishable items, you can do so at the following locations:

Brian Barks, President and CEO of the Food Bank for the Heartland, said, “As we move into 2021, we understand that many of the challenges of the past year will remain. The economic impact of the pandemic will be long-lasting. But we have hope. We know our diverse, dynamic support community will continue to care for our neighbors in need. “

For more information on the drive, see

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