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Item of the Month- Cooking Oil

Item of the Month- Cooking Oil

Research shows that cooking at home is one of the most effective ways to improve diet quality and prevent diabetes. Families cannot cook if they do not have the required tools or supplies. That's why SOS is asking for donations of cooking oil, like olive oil, canola...

Item of the Month- Diapers

Item of the Month- Diapers

The Resource Center needs diapers, especially sizes 4, 5 & 6! Diapers are one of SOS’s most frequently requested items. The average family spends $70 every month on diapers. For low-income families, these costs can really add up. Neither SNAP (food stamp) nor WIC...

Volunteer Spotlight

Volunteer Spotlight

With summer coming to an end, SOS bids farewell to our summer intern, Eden Fisher. This summer, Eden has worked as an intern in SOS’s Development Department. She has helped to maintain SOS’s social media platforms by creating compelling and interesting content to...

Item of the Month

You’ve heard it over and over again; breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It is especially important for children now that school is back in session. Breakfast fuels the body with energy and nutrients to kick-start a student’s day. It fills children with...

Item of the Month

Item of the Month

We appreciate all the food generously donated to SOS’s food pantry. Recently, consumers have requested condiments in order to enhance the flavors of the meals that they prepare at home. Donate new and unopened condiments today: Ketchup Mustard Salt & Pepper...

Volunteer of the Month

Volunteer of the Month

Alex Daoud, SOS food pantry volunteer, lives by this unknown quote: “It's amazing what others can do for us, but it's more astounding what we can do for each other." Alex started volunteering at SOS in July 2016. While working toward his undergraduate degree in social...

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