Park City Credit Union Donates $2,000 to Local Food Pantries
There are longer lines at food panties across the country as those in need seek help during the pandemic.
Whether it is the result of being out of work due to the COVID-19 situation, or scaling up demand due to families that have been affected by school closures, there is greater demand at local pantries in the Northwoods.
That’s why Park City Credit Union donated $500 to four local food panties: Community Food Pantry of Merrill, Lakeland Pantry, Rhinelander Area Food Pantry and Tomahawk United Methodist Church Food Pantry. It’s one of several ways, including relief loan options, the community credit union is helping people in the region.
“There are many community members where access to the food they need is uncertain, and they don’t know when their next meal will arrive,” said Park City CEO Val Mindak. “No person, child or family should be hungry. We hope our donation will help keep the pantry shelves stocked.”