Food Bank Donations

Take Care Private Duty Home Health Care and Take Care Advisor focus on the well-being of our clients and our staff and caregivers. As we step into the month of November, we are reminded of ways we all can give back as a thanksgiving.  The holidays can be a challenging time for families, friends, and seniors. All Take Care offices will be hosting a food drive in efforts to combat the overwhelming need for one of the basic necessities: food.

Take Care asks friends, families, staff, and caregivers to donate what they are able. Every offer helps and counts toward our fight for hunger. Take Care is thankful this month, especially, for those in our community who work effortlessly to bring aid and assistance to those in need. We recognize All Faiths Food Bank of Sarasota County and the Food Bank of Manatee County. Our communities were fortunate to be spared the wrath of tropical storms and hurricanes this season. If you prepared for the storms and had your emergency supply on hand, perhaps you can spare a few of those supplies (be sure to restock next season!) and donate to the food bank?

In the month of November, Take Care Private Duty Home Health Care and Take Care Advisor will host the food drives. Thank you for giving.

The following items are welcome donations:

  • flour & sugar
  • 100 % fruit juice (cans, bottles, boxes)
  • nutritous children snacks
  • canned fruits & vegetables
  • dry & canned beans
  • macaroni & cheese (boxes)
  • canned soups & stews
  • rice
  • peanut butter
  • tuna & other canned meat & fish
  • pasta
  • healthy cereals
  • diapers
  • baby cereal & formula


Please note: If you donate glass products, please box or bag separately and label “Glass” on all sides.

The Food Bank of ManateeAll Faiths Food Bank

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