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    Helping Bay County’s Vulnerable: Pop Up Mobile Food Pantry

    Posted on: June 24, 2020

    Panama City, Fl – In these trying times of COVID-19 and just 17 months after a horrific hurricane, Bay County’s vulnerable are suffering even more with getting access to food.

    Rebuild Bay has provided approximately 6000 meals since the beginning of COVID-19 thanks to a grant provided by The United Way of Northwest Florida, food provided by Feeding the Gulf Coast, and volunteers and donations from various agencies.

    Saturday, June 27 beginning at 10 AM until supplies run out, Rebuild Bay County will be distributing over 20k lbs. of food to those in need at Waller Elementary. As we are adhering to the CDC guidelines of no contact, we ask that everyone stay in their vehicle and pop their trunks.

    About Rebuild Bay County, Inc
    Rebuild Bay County, Inc. started organizing shortly after Hurricane Michael In October 2018, officially standing up as an organization in March 2019. Its mission is to provide critical resources for the Bay County community during the Hurricane Michael extensive recovery process as well as other natural disasters. For more information, visit Rebuildbaycounty.org. Anyone seeking assistance or wanting to help in the recovery effort can text APPLY, VOLUNTEER or DONATE to (850) 783-4311.

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