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Lamb's Basket Food Bank

Donations to LAMB's Basket
Next Collection Date: June 19
 
DROP OFF FOOD PANTRY DONATIONS ANY TIME!

 We will be accepting donations for the Lamb's Basket Food Pantry at any Sunday service. You can drop items during the week (from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm) into the donation box inside the front door or bring them on Sunday to church.

**In June the pantry would welcome canned fruit, potatoes, mixed vegetables and chicken. They also need spaghetti or other dry pasta (but not macaroni and cheese--they have lots.)**

May 2022 -- We delivered 188 ibs of food including eggs in May1

April 2022 -- We delivered 96 lbs of food on April 26, including 30 doz eggs. In addition, we delivered 30 dozen eggs the week prior to Easter

March 2022 -- We delivered 184 pounds of food and eggs today! The lady who received our donation said they were out of eggs and pasta sauce, both of which were in our donation.**

February 2022 -- Thanks to everyone who donated food this month. We were able to deliver 272 pounds of food (including 60 doz. eggs and 70 qts. of stew). They were thrilled.

 January 2022 -- we delivered 85 pounds of eggs and food this month!

 St. Bart's has supported LAMB's Basket Food Pantry for several years. Though we are not located in the Lakeside area, they are our neighbors. LAMB is an acronym for Lakeside Area Ministries Board.

Prior to 2002, many Lakeside area churches had small food pantries. When the pantry at Christ Lutheran Church began receiving referrals from Henrico County Social Services in 1999, demand quickly exceeded space. An initiative was organized among Lakeside area churches to form a larger food pantry in order to meet the growing need more efficiently. After two years of planning and a generous grant from Overbrook Presbyterian Church, LAMB's Basket opened in 2002 as a 501c3 non-profit organization. LAMB's basket provides food to needy families and Henrico County clients are referred by area churches and organizations such as Central Virginia food Bank, Catholic Charities, and Henrico County Social Services.