RSVP has 50 extra food boxes from Regional Food Bank

Ponca City Now - January 28, 2016 10:13 am

RSVP and the Food Bank of Oklahoma have 50 extra food boxes this month only, which must be distributed by Sunday.

The boxes provide cereal, pasta, fruits, vegetables, meat, orange juice, peanut butter, shelf-stabilized milk and powdered milk, along with a 2-lb. block of commodity cheese.

The Kay County RSVP program currently is approved for 240 boxes a month for those who qualify. Those who apply and are eligible for the 50 extra boxes will be placed on a wait list to be added to the regular distribution as the program expands.

The boxes are available to Kay County residents age 60 and older. The boxes are provided as part of a federal program.

For additional information, contact Traci Johnson at 580-762-9412.

RSVP is located in the Hospice of North Central Oklahoma building at 445 Fairview Ave., Ste. 101.


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