In the news

The Milton Food Pantry has been featured in the local news many times. Here are some examples:

Mariner Middle student runs food drive for Milton Community Food Pantry

In March, Mariner Middle School student Carter Barron ran a food drive to benefit the Milton Community Food Pantry. He spoke at length to MCFP Board President Barbara Wright about the organization, the effects of food insecurity and the need to provide food for families at risk.

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Milton Community Food Pantry marks 5-year anniversary

In its five-year history, Milton Community Food Pantry has helped serve 450,000 meals to needy families and individuals. For the 50 dedicated volunteers of the pantry, serving the community is all in a day’s work. On June 17, 245 people, including...

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Milton Community Food Pantry provides reusable tote bags

In an effort to reduce the pollution potential of single-use plastic bags, the Milton Community Food Pantry Board now provides sturdy, reusable, fabric tote bags to distribute food to its clients. The totes were first distributed March 18, and...

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Mariner honor society donates to local organizations

Throughout the school year, Mariner Middle National Junior Honor Society members held a variety of fundraisers, such as the March 29 Lucky Numbers Auction, to raise money for local organizations. The annual student-run auction allows attendees to...

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Need to feed: Milton food pantry seeks help

Barbara Wright’s passion is to feed the hungry, but she needs some help . Over the past five years, Wright, president of the Milton Community Food Pantry, has watched the pantry serve more and more people. Since opening, she said, the number of...

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Milton Community Food Pantry supports Coast Guard employees

Dropping off a delivery for Coast Guard employees are Milton Community Food Pantry volunteer Carol Taylor, left, and Barbara Wright, board president. For more information, like MCFPDelaware on Facebook.

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