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When looking to make food donations, one place to start is at a local church, as churches often have their own local food bank or affiliation with a food bank. Discover ways to make food donations through churches with help from an associate pastor in this free video on food donations.

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Have you ever turned on your television and saw an organization asking for donations for children that are starving overseas? That's a very important thing and it's very necessary for us to give. But do you know that you have the ability to help kids, adults right here in our country; right here in our very doorstep? I'm talking about food donations. You know if we go through our cabinets, I'm sure that we see and we have an overstock of food and some things that we probably won't even eat. But there's a family that could be really blessed by that active giving if we just simply took the time. You know, you might say, "But where do start, I'd like to give but I just don't know what to do." How about starting at your local church. There are many churches that have within them their own local food bank or there are churches that are somehow are tied with the local food pantry. There's some churches that simply are for themselves and for their own families in, in the congregation in, in their church take up food offerings. But it's a good place to start. Just one can or just a few bags of beans or, or whatever it is that we have can really be a blessing to somebody else. So I encourage you to, to think about that and to take an opportunity to be a blessing to someone. See there's a thing about giving is just when you give, it blesses you just to be able to do that. And I think that when we take advantage of those opportunities that we have, we can see how simple thing as a can of food can be a blessing to someone.

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