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IB Hunger Project


KICKOFF CELEBRATION for of the citywide Food Pantry at the Imperial Beach United Methodist Church located at 455 Palm Avenue. All invited to attend and bring canned food items for the pantry. Free sandwiches (turkey, ham, veggie and peanut butter & jelly), chips, fruit and drinks will be served. And to some who attend, gifts will be given. Beginning in August, ​ ​ donation drop-off sites will be found throughout the city​ on the third week of every month to receive contributions to help those in need. The location of those donation sites currently include: IB Boys & Girls Club, Sports Park, Imperial Beach Health Clinic, ​Imperial Beach Chamber of Commerce,​ Nestor Health Clinic, Spirit Realty, Golden Financial Services, ​ ​YMCA Camp Surf and the Imperial Beach United Methodist Church. The Food Pantry ​known as The Broken Loaf ​ at the Imperial Beach United Methodist Church is open every Tuesday and Thursday from 9-11am. The pantry serves the Imperial Beach community. Needed items include: Beans, Beverages (Bottled water, fruit & supplement drinks), Cake mix, ​ ​ Canned food, meat & fruit with pop tops, Canned fruit, Canned Vegetables, Cereal, Cooking Oil, Crackers, Granola-type bars, Jelly and Jam, Pancake mix, Pancake syrup, Pasta, Peanut Butter, Powdered Milk & Chocolate Milk, Sauces (Spaghetti, Tomato and Gravies), Soup​ and Diapers, wipes and formula. The dates to drop-off donations are : August 10-16, September 14-20, October 12-18, November 9-15 and December 14-20. However, donations will be received at all times ​ ​ at the Imperial Beach United Methodist Church at 455 Palm Avenue. Please come to the Kickoff Celebration. Bring family, friends and neighbors. Most importantly, ​​bring canned food. Be part of the growing compassion of Imperial Beach to help our neighbors in need of food. For more information, contact Pastor John Griffin at 619.424.5181 or at
Date & Time
  • August 9, 2014
  • 11:00AM - 1:00PM
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