Call for Volunteers

Are you interested in volunteering at the SICM Food Pantry? Whether you can commit to an hour a week, a day a month, two days a week, or anything in between, we welcome you! A Volunteer Orientation is the place to start, and one will be held on Tuesday, April 25, from 10:00-11:00am. RSVP to Shelly by 4/24 at 346-4445. Hope to see you there!volunteers

Recently the Food Pantry was fortunate to have Girl Scout Troop #2012 from Schalmont help out with food sorting. We greatly appreciate their hard work, and hope we will see them back sometime in the future! Thanks to all the helpers!

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Thank you, thank you, thank you to all who helped in any way with SICM's annual Spring Bag Project! We appreciate the many donations as well as the time and energy of our helpers in assembling 230 bags for children using the Food Pantry in the next week or so. The goodies are sure to bring smiles to many faces!  Donations came from the following:
St. Joseph's--Scotia
Eastern Parkway United Methodist
St. Stephen's
Jo-Anne Rafalik
Christ Community Reformed.

Messiah Lutheran
Niskayuna Reformed
Lynnwood Reformed
Emmanuel Friedens
Stanford United Methodist
Faith United Methodist
First Reformed Scotia Sunday School
Trinity Presbyterian
Schenectady County Long-term Care
Robbie Roessle

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