Taylorville Food Pantry expecting July and August to be two of the busiest months of the year.
Co-coordinator Pam Moses says all the supplemental help programs have run out for the general public, which means they’re relying on the food pantry more than ever.
While the food pantry will take whatever they can get, Moses says that monetary donations will go the furthest towards helping the community.
She says you can find part of the reason for the summer rush in the fact students are out of school.
Moses says the pantry needs volunteers.
Learn more at taylorvillefoodpantry.com. Moses appeared as a guest on the WTIM Morning Show.