Parma Peanut Butter Drive #7
Parma City Council President Sean Brennan, along with key community partners, including Lamar Advertising, Parma Animal Shelter, University Hospitals Parma Medical Center and the Parma branches of Cuyahoga County Public Library, present the 7th Annual Parma Peanut Butter Drive. Proceeds benefit All Faiths Pantry (AFP), an award-winning nonprofit organization that delivers groceries at no cost to low-income seniors in the Parma area.
During the month of December, jars of peanut butter can be dropped off at:
Cuyahoga County Public Library, Parma branches at 6996 Powers Boulevard and 2121 Snow Rd.
Parma City Council, in Parma City Hall, 6611 Ridge Rd.
UH Parma Medical Center, 7007 Powers Blvd.
Parma Animal Shelter, 6290 State Rd.
Parma community members donate thousands of pounds of peanut butter, as well as cash donations, during the Drive each year. In addition, the annual Parma Peanut Butter Drive raises awareness of the work that AFP does year-round – feeding local seniors on fixed incomes who don’t access emergency food assistance from other Food Bank programs. All Faiths Pantry has surpassed 53,000 home deliveries, totaling over a million and a half pounds.
Cash donations allow All Faiths Pantry to obtain peanut butter at below wholesale cost as a Food Bank agency and we always are in need of financial support to keep our lights on and the phone working. All Faiths Pantry is a 501(c) 3 tax except corporation and donations are tax deductible.
To find out more about All Faiths Pantry or to donate online:
Executive Director and Founder of All Faiths Pantry, I was raised in Parma and live in my childhood home there.