Sheltering in Love Grant Recipient: Intown Food Pantry

August 2020 | ATLANTA

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to leave vulnerable communities hungry, Intown Collaborative Ministries in Atlanta, GA is using funds from UMCOR to ensure their food pantry is able to safely meet an increased need for food.


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