F.U.N. Group announces resumption of Senior Food Box program

The F.U.N. Group’s Senior Food Box program provides free, nutritious food for elders in the Anza community. Anza Valley Outlook/Diane Sieker photo
The Friends Uniting Neighbors Group announced they are resuming the Senior Food Box program after it was interrupted due to effects from the pandemic. Boxes will be available to seniors beginning Thursday, Jan. 20. The other free food pantry will be resumed at a later date.“The program originally shut down because Noel and I caught COVID,” F.U.N. Group member Bill Donahue said. “I was in the hospital several times and still have a partially collapsed lung. We have finally recovered enough to start again.”Any person over 65 years of age can notify Noel Donahue by messenger or text at 626-347-2701 by the close of business Wednesday and come pick up their Senior Food Box at 11:30 a.m. at the single door of the Community Hall the following Thursday.The F.U.N. Group Inc. was
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