CHS Food Pantry responds to increase in need during COVID-19 crisis

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  1. Hello, my name is Stanley Graham. I am a Pittsburgh Native that grew up in Carrick. I am in Pittsburgh currently but I usually live in NYC, but due to Corona I moved back into my parents home about two months ago before things got bad in NYC. I was hoping to volunteer at the food back in any way that I can. But, as a actor/singer I was also hoping to do some video work to try to raise money for the food banks. I have an idea for a
    Viral video that may help to start a donation trend for the food banks. I would love to talk more about it if you are interested in the idea. It would be similar to the ALS Ice bucket challenge but a different idea involving haircuts. Please let me know if this would help.

    Thank you,

  2. At m every Friday, Saratogians are invited to step outside their homes, roll down their windows and clap, honk or cheer for our first responders – for two minutes we will turn our appreciation into a celebration. This will also serve as a comforting reminder that we are all still here – you may not be seeing each other downtown, at school or at work, but our community is here, united and strong. Thanks to the City of Saratoga Springs.

  3. If you would like to help us in another way, please make a monetary donation through our website.  Every dollar counts and will enable us to provide food for more families in our community. A $10 donation can provide 60 meals for a family in need. 

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