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We are all moving into uncertain times. Crossroads is dedicated to remaining a source of faith, hope, and love. Due to increasing demands of people stocking up on food, our food pantry has lost many of its donors. We need your help to keep it up and running during this time when families are going to need food more than ever.

In addition, with the closing of schools, we now have most children at home. Many of these children were dependent on free breakfast and lunch programs the schools provide. Thankfully the schools are providing locations where all children K-12th of CNUSD can receive a to-go lunch Monday-Friday.

Through our Adopt A Block ministry we are aware of many families who lack daily transportation to these sites. In addition, many parents cannot go to work with their children being out of school. For these families, food is going to become an increasing issue over the coming weeks.

What can you do? You can help in two ways.

  1. Donate individual items to the Pantry
  2. Build a Food Kit for Kids at Home

Items to Donate to the Pantry

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  • Fresh/Canned Fruits
  • Fresh/Canned Veggies
  • Canned Meat
  • Hot Dogs
  • Milk
  • Eggs
  • Cereal
  • Rice

All items can be donated at the church offices M-Friday. 8am-4:30pm Saturday’s 8 am – 3:30 pm & Sundays 9am-12pm. Or, donate to The Pantry right where you are by purchasing on our Amazon wish list below!

How to Build a Care Kit for a Kid at Home

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  1. Find a Box or a Bag
  2. Fill it with the following
    1. Easy Cook Meals (Example: Microwaveable Meals, Hamburger Helper, Cup of Noodles)
    2. Snacks
    3. Drink Mix
    4. Kid Friendly Game or Activity
  3. Drop it off at the church offices (All items can be donated at the church offices M-Friday. 8am-4:30pm Saturday’s 8 am – 3:30 pm & Sundays 9am-12pm.)

Food Pantry

Every Tuesday and Thursday morning, our team opens our pantry doors to the hungry, providing temporary grocery staples and fresh foods to those in need.

Grocery and Prescription Pickup/Delivery for Older Adults

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The center for disease control has asked those 65+ or with susceptibility to Coronavirus to be especially careful and to remain at home.

If for any reason you feel you would like one of our volunteer team members to get groceries for you or to pickup a prescription, we will do our best to make it happen.  Already a number of deliveries has occurred.  We are ready to meet the need. Call us at (951)520-3046 or click below to request for us to pick up your prescription or groceries!

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