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ACTC Thanksgiving Bags

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This year we have 4 grocery stores participating in the ACTC (Assistance Center of Towson Churches) Thanksgiving Basket Drive.  Hopefully this will make it easier for you to participate.  All bags will be packed in advance at each of the stores listed and can be picked up at the Customer Service counter.  This also includes a re-usable bag.  If you are picking up multiple bags, please call the store in advance.

 

Participating Stores

Mars Supermarket
(York and Ridgely)
1811 York Rd.
Timonium, MD
410-252-3311
Annette Gaydos, Mgr
$23.00

Giant Supermarket
(across from State Fair)
2145 York Rd.
Timonium, MD
410 308-3868
Kimberly Carr, Mgr
$23.00

Giant Supermarket
(by Drumcastle Ctr)
6340 York Rd.
Baltimore, MD
410-377-2673
Larry or Sylvia
$23.00

ShopRite
37 Aylesbury, Rd.
Timonium, MD
410-308-8700
Steve Starzynski, Mgr
$23.50

 

 

Bring your bags to church on Sunday, Nov 8th or 15th!

 

Tips for Packing:

  1. Pack large cans on bottom & lighter items on top.
  2. If possible use a Reusable Grocery Bag /OR a double brown grocery bag inserted in double plastic bags.
  3. Mark bags as COMPLETE or INCOMPLETE (list what is missing).

OR…You may make a check donation made out to ACTC.

 

Questions: Contact Sharon Mariani

Shopping List

Please include ONLY the following items in each basket:

All additional items should be in separate bags and marked “MISCELLANEOUS”

  • 1 can sweet potatoes/yams (23-29oz can)
  • 2 cans meat/main dish (example: beef stew or chili – 15-24oz cans)
  • 1 large can fruit (20-30oz can)
  • 4 cans vegetables (example: green beans, peas or corn – 15oz cans)
  • 1 cranberry sauce
  • 2 pkg. macaroni & cheese
  • 1 box instant mashed potatoes
  • 1 cake or brownie mix
  • 1 bag or box of stuffing mix
  • 1 lb. bag or box of rice

About ACTC

The ASSISTANCE CENTER OF TOWSON CHURCHES offers an ecumenical program that provides help to the poor and needy families in our community. It began as the result of a study conducted by the Towson Area Ministerial Association exploring an effective and efficient way to meet the needs of people coming to churches requesting help. Fourteen churches joined together to form ACTC. A consortium of 48 churches now participates in the outreach effort. Click to browse their website.

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