Plains Community Food Bank thankful for Town Pump Foundation

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From left, front row, are Isabella McQuisten, David Johnson, Nicole Wyatt, Jacinta Wheeldon and Robbie Rivinius. From left, back row, are Joshua Lingo, Jeremiah Lingo, Ansel Pederson, Casey Poare, Jose Diaz, Allen Fink, Tanager Jackson, William McFadgen, Anthony Ricon, Sean Peterson and Jack Dowell. (Courtesy photo)

The Plains Community Food Bank would like to thank the Town Pump Charitable Foundation and the Plains Town Pump employees for their outstanding efforts during the 2019 MFBN Fundraiser.

Thanks to their efforts from October 1st to November 30th 2019, $8,869.25 was raised. The Town Pump Charitable Foundation then matched $7,500 for a total of $16,369.25 donated to the Plains Community Food Bank.

In 2019, the Plains Community Food Bank assisted over 2,400 individuals in our community. A special thanks to the Town Pump Charitable Foundation, the amazing efforts of the Plains Town Pump employees and the generosity of those who gave during the 2019 MFBN Fundraiser, the Plains Community Food Bank will be able to continue serving our community during 2020.

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