CINCINNATI - St. Vincent de Paul is seeking the public's help in stocking their food pantry in the West End.
The organization announced on its Twitter page Tuesday the Edyth and Carl Linder Choice Food Pantry, located at 1125 Bank Street, is undergoing an emergency food shortage and needs donations.
The Choice Food Pantry partners with six parish-based pantries, as well as several other pantries in the Tri-State. The West End location alone provides meals for more than 500 families per month.
Those interested in donating to the St. Vincent de Paul pantry are asked to call (513) 562-8841 ext. 013.
For more information on the organization visit http://www.svdpcincinnati.org/ .
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