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Disaster Relief Food Distribution for the Gulf Breeze Flood Victims, May 8

Farm Share, Rep. Mike Hill and Rep. Doug Broxson Host Disaster Relief Food Distribution for the Gulf Breeze Flood Victims

Farm Share is partnering with Representative Mike Hill and Representative Doug Broxson to sponsor a disaster relief food distribution on Thursday, May 8th, 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., at Winn Dixie Parking Lot, 3355 Gulf Breeze Pkwy, Gulf Breeze, FL 32563

Families in need after the devastation of the flood earlier this week will be provided Farm Share food and supply bags free of charge. Each household will receive a variety of fresh produce, canned & dried food, water, juice, paper products, and other needed essentials.

WHO: Farm Share, Rep. Mike Hill, and Rep. Doug Broxson
WHAT: Disaster Relief Food Distribution for Families Impacted by the Flood
WHEN: Thursday, May 8, 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
WHERE: Winn Dixie Parking Lot, 3355 Gulf Breeze Pkwy, Gulf Breeze, 32563
CONTACT: For more information or to volunteer, call Rep. Hill’s Office at 850-595-0467 or e-mail Brittany.Hamel@myfloridahouse.gov.

Farm Share is a non-profit organization working to alleviate hunger and malnutrition by recovering fresh and nutritious food and distributing it to those who need it most.

Reader Feedback

5 Responses to “Disaster Relief Food Distribution for the Gulf Breeze Flood Victims, May 8”

  1. Michele says:

    Thank you for the assistance! This helps a lot and its nice that there was fresh corn and cantaloupe! There are a lot of people in this area that live paycheck to paycheck and lost everything!


  2. jeeperman says:

    I am curious to know what “recovering fresh and nutritious food” actually means.

    Dumpster diving comes to mind.

  3. Henry says:

    Ames — you have to be kidding! Don’t you know some of those poor folks are driving around in LAST YEAR’s Bentleys?

  4. Lori Wallace says:

    There are a fair number of struggling and working poor families in Gulf Breeze, particularly in the area of this Winn Dixie location, which is just across from the Greenbrier development.

  5. Ames says:

    You know, I did not even realize that there are so many poor and destitute people living in Gulf Breeze.

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