Rotary Club of Harrisburg Volunteers Provide
HANNA’S Pantry a Power Workforce
More than 20 members of the Rotary Club of Harrisburg (RCH) packed food for HANNA's Pantry for its Service on a Monday project at Susquehanna Township High School.
The Club Service on a Monday was initiated to provide more avenue for Service Above Self and to make it easier for members with busy work schedules an opportunity to volunteer and serve at different time periods in a day.
More than 100 bags were filled for members of the pantry including HANNA Packs for students in the Communities in Schools program.
The RCH volunteers also ate lunch and heard Dr. Tamara Willis, school superintendent, John A. Fabian, HANNA Foundation president, and Lori Shienvold, pantry executive director. Rotarians then toured the Pantry.
HANNA's Pantry, a project of the HANNA Foundation and an agency with the Central PA Food Bank, provides food and essential products to residents of Susquehanna Township in need.
Founded in 2019 and in collaboration with Susquehanna Township School District, the Pantry currently serves several hundred individuals and families at drive through distributions twice a month.
More than 100 volunteers help HANNA’s almost daily with deliveries, inventorying, packing and distribution.