Second Harvest Mobile Food Bank helps more than 200 families
PASCO, Wash. --More than 200 people in need came out the Boys and Girls Club in Pasco for the Tri-Cities Mobile Food Bank.
The Director of Second Harvest, Kathye Kilgore, says the truck came from Spokane and it was filled with fresh food like vegetables and fruit. The Washington Cattlemen's Association even donated 400 three pound roasts, which can typically be expensive at stores.
"People need protein and this is a good way for us to help people that are less fortunate with that protein they need," says Charlie Card a Prosser Rancher volunteering his time and products.
More than six tons of food was donated by the local community and each person received up to 60 pounds of food depending on their family size. Second Harvest didn't ask to see any type of proof of income, and just asked for family size