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Amsterdam Printing Comes To The Rescue Of Local Food Pantry

01-25-2006 11:00 AM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

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Amsterdam Printing saved a local food pantry from closing its doors.

The Amsterdam Food Pantry was close to having to close its doors recently. Because the holidays are often such a busy season, excessive numbers almost led the local food provider becoming crippled with little resources to feed the needy people coming to them for help. However, Amsterdam Printing came to rescue by sponsoring its own food drive and charity. has more information on Amsterdam Printing.

Providing help to close to 200 families a week, the Food Pantry was at a loss when the printing company stepped in and collected 6,000 pounds of food and $1,000 for the organization. Because the pantry was so close to disaster, they especially appreciated the help offered by Amsterdam Printing.

Often, people do not know what to donate to a food drive, or instead give the things that have been collecting dust in their pantries. On the other hand, Dayton King of Amsterdam Printing told customers to make an effort to donate food they liked to eat. With this approach, the people that went to the Food Pantry would be better served with more enjoyable food.

Although holidays are typically a time of charity and giving, unfortunately, because people have so many expenses during this time, they sometimes choose not to support their local charities. However, some will make donations, but do so to more nationalized or larger organizations, assuming that doing so will help more people. Nevertheless, it is important to remember the small local charities, because even a few weeks or months of fewer contributions could have devastating effects. If not for the kindness and generosity of Amsterdam Printing, the Food Pantry would have had to shut its doors. For this reason, smaller charities should not be forgotten during the holiday season.

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