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The best non-perishable foods to donate

canned beans

dry beans

peanut butter, or other nut butters

rolled oats

canned fruit in juice, not in light or heavy syrup

canned vegetables, with no or low-sodium

low-sodium soups

canned tuna in water

canned chicken

brown rice

quinoa

nuts, unsalted

seeds, unsalted

shelf stable milk and milk substitutes

whole grain pasta

low-sodium pasta sauce

popcorn kernels (not microwave popcorn)

canned stews

unsweetened apple sauce

whole grain, low-sugar cold cereals

olive or canola oil

canned tomatoes

dried fruits, no sugar added

honey

chicken, beef and vegetable broths and stock.

Armed with many of these foods, and perhaps a cookbook like "Good and Cheap: Eating Healthy on $4 a Day," which was developed to show SNAP recipients how to cook with inexpensive staples, those who rely on food banks can create healthy, filling meals.

Additional tips:

Canned goods with pop-top lids are better than canned goods that require a can opener

Avoid foods packaged in glass.

Do not donate foods that are past the expiration date.

Office Needs:

Copy paper . file cabnets . working pc's (after school program). Postage. copier, Van ( otsm Food deliveries )

general office supplies.