THANKS FROM FOODBANK
On behalf of the Tokoroa Foodbank trustees I would like to take this opportunity to thank the many volunteers who helped with our Food drive Sunday 20th.
A huge thank you to the Tokoroa Fire Service for once again assisting us with the use of vehicles and their volunteer crews and families that assisted, St Johns who provided a vehicle and crew.
Thank you also to the Miss A&P Girls and the Pacific League boys that were there to walk the streets to collect the food, the Catholic Womens league that provided food for the the volunteers during the day, and all the people who drove vehicles and walked the streets during the Drive.
Thanks to the Love Soup ladies that helped sort food at the fire station, and of course our wonderful volunteer ladies at the Foodbank house that work every week to provide the parcels to those that need assistance.
But the biggest thanks of all goes to our wonderful community in Tokoroa who gave so generously to our organisation both at the Foodbank Drive and during the year to help us keep the shelves stocked.
Our only negative for the day was the fact that was reported to us by the public, that again people were once again out helping themselves to the food left at gates before the official vehicles and people came around.
To the community of Tokoroa we would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and thank you all very much for all the assistance we receive throughout the year.
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