Can you help?

Currently Interfaith Community Services in Escondido is in need of food items for their ‘Julia’s Pantry’ which is what they use to supply families and kids in the local community.
Many kids are able to receive free meals at school, however, Spring Break is approaching and Julia’s Pantry is there to help. 
If anyone is interested in helping out by purchasing some of essential food items needed (listed below) I would be happy to meet at St. Mark’s parking lot on Saturday, April 6th to collect the items and take them to Interfaith.
– Macaroni & Cheese boxes 
– Cereal
– Packaged Beans
– Pasta
– Crackers
– Cookies
– Bread
– One-serving Tuna packs
– Granola Bars (soft type are best)