The coronavirus pandemic has been an extremely hard time for people all over the world. Many businesses have suffered, some have been forced to close, and thousands of Americans have had to apply for unemployment. I say every day that I am grateful that my husband and I both have our jobs and we're able to put food on the table, pay our bills, because not everyone can do that right now.

The Patch reports, that there has been a shortage at food pantries in Bucks County, which is why in May there are two dates that they will receive donations at two different food pantries. On May 2nd from 10am-12pm, donations can be dropped off at Christopher Jones Memorial Park and on May 3rd also from 10am-12pm at Mary's Cupboard which is located inside St. Michael's Church. It will be a safe drop off and no gatherings.

For more information and items to donate, please see this article from The Patch.

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