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Vestiaire St-Joseph food bank in Shediac to start home delivery

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Food banks aren’t meant to be long-term solutions in a pandemic: experts “Especially during the lockdown, a lot of people who were at risk due to COVID, older people and people who were sick, they were not comfortable with coming to the food bank,” LeBlanc said.As a result, the food bank has stepped up and organized emergency delivery services with the help of volunteers using their own vehicles.But a $62,000 donation has helped the food bank buy a new-to-them truck to deliver food and pick-up donations along the way.

The donation was made by the Jim Bateman Regional Outreach Program, LeBlanc said.He said the funds will be used to support a home delivery program that will start in the second week of August and will become part of its.

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