Stop & Shop makes donation to Community Comets Food Pantry

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To help reduce hunger among students in the communities it serves, Stop & Shop presented the Community Comets Food Pantry with $5,000 to purchase needed products. Located in the Community School, the pantry is run by volunteer Sarah Stone and provides for low-income families with meals, snacks and personal care items for the weekend and during long breaks. To volunteer or to provide a donation, email fuelfortheweekendprogram@gmail.com.


Pictured from left to right: Jeff Sposato, Community School Principal, Sarah Stone, Community Comets Food Pantry Volunteer Manager and Maria Fruci, Community Relations Manager for Stop & Shop.

Emilie Devito, Coordinator of Charitable Contributions for Stop & Shop, looks over a student order form as she packs a bag of meals at the Community Comets Food Pantry. The food pantry, which is in the North Attleboro Community School, works to ensure students in need get enough food on the weekends and during long breaks.