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Farm Share Holiday Food Giveaway Set for Pasco

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The giveaway includes fresh food donated by Florida’s farmers as well as meat and other items needed to make a complete holiday meal.

PASCO COUNTY – Pasco County Tax Collector Mike Fasano; state House Speaker Richard Corcoran,  R-Land O’ Lakes; Sheriff Chris Nocco; Supervisor of Elections Brian Corley; and Property Appraiser Gary Joiner announce that the 23rd annual Farm Share Holiday Food Giveaway will be held from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Friday (Dec. 15)

The giveaway, which includes fresh food donated by Florida’s farmers as well as meat and other items needed to make a complete holiday meal, will be held at Faith Baptist Church, 9230 Ridge Road in New Port Richey.  All needy families are welcome.

“In addition to food donated by Florida farmers, we purchase hams, potatoes, canned goods and candy canes to supplement the fresh produce,” Fasano said.  “We are blessed to partner with so many generous individuals and organizations whose support makes this giveaway possible. When so many Floridians are hurting it is wonderful to see our community come together to serve others.”

Every year hundreds of families are provided with food and other items they need to have a complete holiday dinner. In addition to food from Farm Share, donations from Publix, the Volunteer Way, Bear Creek Nursing & Rehab Center, Dayspring Academy and many other organizations and individuals make the event possible.

For information about the giveaway, call Greg Giordano, assistant tax collector, at (727) 847-8179.

For information about the Pasco tax collector, go to pascotaxes.com.

Photo courtesy of the Pasco County Tax Collector’s Office.

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Farm Share Holiday Food Giveaway Set for Pasco
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