SPANISH FORT, Ala. (WALA) - A local faith-based food pantry hopes to collect $10,000 to feed the needy, but their goal is to do it one cent at a time.
One-million pennies: that's how many Prodisee pantry hopes to collect through April 30 with their Pennies for Prodisee Pantry fundraiser.
IF you have extra pennies to donate, you can drop them off at Bancorp South branches throughout the Mobile and Baldwin County areas and at Prodisee Pantry at 931 Spanish Fort Blvd. in Spanish Fort.
Officials said they served 11,605 families in 2012, and they're currently assisting 100 families per month. They said it takes $20 to supply a family in need with $120 worth of fresh produce, meat, bread, canned foods and more.
To see locations for donation drop-offs, click here to visit the Prodisee Pantry website. (External link)
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