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Windsor's Food Pantry in Need


After the winter holidays, a slowdown in donations of food to nonprofit

pantries across the country is not uncommon. Yet hunger is a year-round concern for people who are

struggling with food insecurity…and this is true in Windsor too.

The Windsor Food & Fuel Bank’s pantry currently has a shortage of several specific nonperishable food

items on its shelves. What especially is needed now are Hot Cereal, Cake and Brownie Mixes, and

condiments such as Ketchup, Mustard and Mayonnaise, according to Joanna Gould, President of the Windsor

Food & Fuel Bank, and Jasmine Hall, Social Services Coordinator for the Town of Windsor.

In addition to the above foods, the Windsor Food & Fuel Bank always needs peanut butter & jelly, spaghetti

sauce & pasta, canned meats, crackers, cold cereal, baked beans, canned fruits and vegetables, fruit juice,

coffee, tea and hot chocolate. Personal care items such as paper towels, facial tissues, toilet paper, diapers

and baby wipes are always welcome.

If people want to help, they are encouraged to drop off donations during regular Food Bank hours. If it

is a large order, please call 860-285-1839 to schedule drop-off time.

The Windsor Food & Fuel Bank’s hours are: Monday and Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.; Wednesday and

Thursday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.; and fourth Thursday evening from 5 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. The Windsor Food Bank

is located on the left side (South side) of the LP Wilson Community Center at 599 Matianuck Ave. in


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