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The JPC Christmas Free Food & Present Give-A-Way

Thursday, December 6th, 2018

When: Monday, December 17, 2018 @ 2pm to 7:30pm
Where: JPC Food Pantry 1404 West Street-Cornhill, Utica
Contact: Ms. Caitlyn Copfer, JPC Director of Housing & Media Coordinator
315-941-0820 & JPC Office at 315-734-9608
For More Information about JPC: www.johnsonparkcenter.org

The Holiday Season is a joyous time of the year. We celebrate with our families and friends sharing our love, providing hope, singing songs and giving gifts. The Holidays means food, feasts, and delicious desserts. The Holidays are also full of stress when we are not able to afford to buy food for the Christmas Dinner. Parents/Caregivers also worry about not having money to buy presents for our children and others who are very special to us.

The JPC Food Pantry will assist low-income families, children, elderly and individuals create a wonderful and a memorable loving Christmas with the JPC Free Food Give-A-Way with Christmas Presents. We invite you to The Christmas Free Food and Presents Give-A-Way which will be on Monday, December 17, 2018, @ 2 pm to 7:30 pm at the JPC Food Pantry located at 1404 West Street, Utica. The Parents/Caregivers must complete an intake form with ID for all children under 18 years old receiving presents. Sign-up & registration will be at and on the day of the event. Please attached JPC Christmas Flyer.

The event is being sponsored in part by Utica National Group Foundation, Inc. and Fund, M&T Bank/Partners Charitable Fund, Mele Family Fund, Shoreline Group Fund,-Donor Advised Funds of the Community Foundation of Herkimer & Oneida Counties; the United Way for the Valley and Greater Utica Area; Stuff the Bus-RCN; the National Emergency Food and Shelter Program; the Food Bank of Central New York; Hannaford Supermarkets; the Bank of Utica; the First Souce Federal Credit Union; Key Bank; Adirondack Bank; Bonide Foundation; the MVP Health Care; The Hartford; the US HUD Supportive Housing Program; New York State Supportive Housing Program, Homeless Housing & Assistance Program; the Oneida County Youth Bureau, The District Attorney Office and the Department of Social Services; the City of Utica Community Development Block Grant, Emergency Solutions Grant, Home Program; Hamilton College; Various Businesses, Organizations, Churches and JPC/JCTOD friends & supporters.

Thank you so much for your continual support & Join Positive Change at Johnson Park Center (JPC).

Rev. Dr. Maria A. Scates, D.D.
CEO / Founder

Christmas Flyer