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Pop-up food pantry planned for December 21 in Mt. Morris

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Volunteers needed for this holiday event

MOUNT MORRIS – Livingston County and Foodlink are again teaming up to host a pop-up food pantry in Mount Morris. Volunteers are being sought to help staff the pantry and assist with logistics.

The pantry will open at 10 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 21, in the former Save-A-Lot grocery store at 15 East State St., Mount Morris. Volunteers are asked to arrive at 8:30 a.m.

Volunteers are needed to help with setting up, uploading items from trucks and assisting with traffic flow, boxing food items, delivering food boxes to cars and cleaning up after the event ends. No experience is required to volunteer for the event.

Those interested in volunteering should call (585) 243-7415 or email

Foodlink is a Rochester-based nonprofit dedicated to ending hunger and building healthier communities by addressing both the symptoms and root causes of food insecurity. Foodlink serves as the hub of the emergency food system across a 10-county service area, including Livingston County.

Foodlink provides food assistance through the safe storage and distribution of emergency food to its network of food bank members and community partners. Foodlink builds healthier communities through innovative programs that create new access points to nutritious foods and empower people to make healthy choices. It drives change through bold career empowerment initiatives and advocacy for a more just, equitable food system.

Learn more about how Foodlink is transforming lives and creating healthy futures for every community served at

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