Feed 500 members of Tampa's HIV/AIDS Community

by Francis House, Inc.
Jan 5, 2012

What do you put on your fork?

Happy New Year! 

What do you put on your fork?  For breakfast?  For Lunch? For Dinner?  It's a question many of us rarely ask ourselves.  It's a question our clients ask themselves every day.  The meals and pantry services that Francis House provide are essential in helping to keep our clients healthy and adherent to their medical care.

The donations received through Global Giving have helped us keep our pantry stocked with cereal, canned vegetables and soups, canned meats and pastas, ensure, boost and a variety of hygiene items. 

We thank you.  We thank you for your generosity and hope to have your continued support in 2012.

We wish you the very best that this new year has to offer, and everything that you can possibly want on your fork...


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Organization Information

Francis House, Inc.

Location: Tampa, FL - USA
Website: http:/​/​www.francishouse.org
Project Leader:
Joy Winheim
Tampa, FL United States

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