Circle of Veterans Mobile Food Pantry
The Circle of Veterans and Families, Inc. (COV) in coordination with Paddling for Veterans and in partnership with Feeding Tampa Bay will provide a mobile food pantry for Veterans, community members, and children on January 18th in honor of Martin Luther King Day. The pantry will be open from 2 p. m. to 4 p.m. or until supplies are exhausted. The event will provide 7-9 pallets of food, averaging 5,000 to 7,00 pounds of a variety of fresh produce, meat, dry goods, and bread/bakery items. This amount of food typically feeds 250-300 families.
Dade City Mobile Food Pantry
Saturday, January 18th, 2020, the Circle of Veterans Mobile Food Pantry will be at the Lewis Abraham Boys and Girls Club, at 38724 Mudcat Grant Boulevard, in Dade City, Florida from 2 p.m. till 4 p.m. or when supplies are exhausted.
The point of contact for this event is Tice Ridley who can be reached at 773-859-9006 or [email protected]
About The Circle of Veterans and Families
The Circle of Veterans and Families (COV) is a 501c3 Charitable Organization located at The Circle of Veterans Ranch and Rehabilitation Center, a beautiful 10-acre ranch in Dade City/Lacoochee, Pasco County, Florida. The ranch is uniquely modified to create a transition space for education, relaxing, rejuvenating and most of all connecting. We provide transitional housing for eight male veterans at a time but invite other veterans to come and socialize at any time.
Our doors are open when needed, for an hour, a day or as a resident during the Veteran’s transition. COV provides can provide alternative therapies, including equine and animal therapy, that doesn’t require the veteran to relive their traumatic experience. We are here to support Veterans and do our part in ending Veteran suicide and Homelessness.