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Midwest Food Bank to help potential victims of Hurricane Dorian

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Posted at 2:29 PM, Aug 31, 2019
and last updated 2019-08-31 14:31:04-04

FORT MYERS, Fla. — The Midwest Food Bank Florida is proactively working to help potential victims of Hurricane Dorian.

Midwest Food Bank has 37 pallets of food and beverages being distributed to partner agencies, including area shelters.

Volunteers will be assembling Disaster Relief boxes at the MFB Florida warehouse on Wednesday, September 4.

The MFB Florida warehouse will be closed on Tuesday, September 3.

Those who would like to help cover the cost of the supplies or the fuel needed to transport them may do so by visiting MidwestFoodBank.org, and clicking “Donate.” On the donation form, select “Disaster Relief” for the designation.

Those interested in assisting should visit Midwestfoodbank.org for more information and sign up.

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