Local Business Collects Donations for Warrior Food Pantry
Debra Kuchinski, owner of Brodhead Brew at 85 Crystal Street in East Stroudsburg, wanted ESU students to have a solid start to the fall semester and so she and many of her patrons collected items to donate to the WARRIOR Food Pantry that operates in cooperation with St. Matthew’s Church at 200 Brodhead Ave. in East Stroudsburg.
The WARRIOR Food Pantry is a collaborative program to support students currently registered at ESU that are in need of a food source during the academic year, to ensure that students are able to obtain necessary food and personal hygiene items for their well-being.
Kuchinski is pictured here, from left, with Dr. Amy Freeman, ESU’s director of Health and Wellness and Robert Moses, former director of residence life at housing at the University and a current pantry volunteer.
For more information on how individuals and/or organizations may help the WARRIOR Food Pantry, contact Dr. Freeman at email@example.com.
Some of the suggested donations for the WARRIOR food pantry are: snacks, beverages, paper goods, baking supplies, prepared meals, breakfast items, sauces, soup, fruit (canned or dried) hygiene and beauty products, pasta, rice, potatoes, canned proteins, and cleaning supplies.