Support the Brian Coyle Center Food Shelf

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The Brian Coyle Center has seen a huge increase in the number of people visiting the food shelf in recent weeks and the demand for food is continuing to rise. Due to safety concerns, the Brian Coyle Center is no longer accepting food donations, which means they are receiving food for distribution by purchasing it from partner food banks.

Please help meet the increasing need for food in the Cedar Riverside neighborhood by making a financial contribution today. Each $1 donated enables the Brian Coyle Center to purchase $7 worth of food for distribution to neighborhood residents. To donate, go to Use the Comments section to designate your gift for the Brian Coyle Center Food Shelf.