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OACAC ‘Drive Up and Drop Off’ donation boxes open through May 1

Submitted to Branson Globe

Ozarks Area Community Action Corporation (OACAC) is hosting a ‘Drive Up and Drop Off’ for donations of food, hygiene and cleaning products from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. through May 1 at drop off boxes daily in front of Maureen Darby, State Farm and Branson Bank Lending Center offices at Highway 13 & DD, in Branson West across from the Mule Express.

The local Stone County Neighborhood Center in Kimberling City is still overwhelmed with rent and utility assistance requests. Its emergency pantry and Southern Stone County pantry shelves need replenishment. They are also in need of hygiene and cleaning supplies.

Just drive up and drop off non-perishable food items, cleaning or hygiene products.

• Food needs: hearty soups, complete meals, rice, dry beans and cereals.

• Hygiene needs: baby wipes, toothpaste, deodorant, feminine hygiene products, shampoo and bar soap.

• Cleaning needs include: dish and laundry soap, bleach, household cleaners and paper towels.

Checks are also accepted. Your tax deductible checks made out to either OACAC or Southern Stone County Food Pantry may be put in the locked red box or personally handed through our new “donation window.” For safety and to avoid theft, do NOT put cash in red box!

Donations will also be accepted online at https://oac.ac/

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