Wow, the support that has come flooding in since the article ran about our truck being vandalized has been overwhelming. I can hardly put into words how we feel. We had an anonymous donation go directly to Pearson Tire that paid for our truck to get fixed. We also got a donation from a local business to fix it, so we were able to take that money and fix a couple other things that needed attention. Also, some of you have seen the story about Kenneth Ball buying food with his stimulus check and Barrett’s donating to make it an even $1,000 donation. 

That has inspired other people open their hearts and offer additional help in the form of both mail-in and drop-off donations, which came from both businesses and individual offerings. Your generosity has made it easier for us to keep our doors open and to be focused on keeping things running without worrying about where we were going to find the funds for operating expenses. Our current status is still shaky, but, with the help of a strong and caring community, it’s survivable. 

The staff and board of Central Utah Food Sharing loves the people we serve and we are ever so grateful for the support that has been shown on behalf of those in need.

Roene Shaw

Central Utah Food Sharing

Richfield 

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