Plymouth – State Rep. Whit Betts (R-78) and State Sen. Henri Martin (R-31) thanked residents who donated to the legislators’ February 24 food drive. The event at Adams IGA collected donations of non-perishable food for the Plymouth Community Food Pantry.
“Need knows no season, and I’m so thankful to those who purchased a little extra and donated to help their neighbors in need,” said Rep. Betts. “The Plymouth Food Pantry helps to support our community throughout the year, providing residents in need with resources and food. I’m proud to support their efforts with this event.”
“It’s wonderful to see so many in our community who support efforts to help our struggling neighbors,” Sen. Martin said. “Anyone can fall on hard times. Sometimes people need a little help until they can get back on their feet.”
February is a high-demand month for the Food Pantry.
Residents unable to attend the food drive and who wish to give a monetary donation may send it to:
Plymouth Food Pantry
20 Dewey Avenue, Terryville, CT 06786
Attached is a list of items in need at the food pantry.