Donate to the Tenino Food Bank

Add a package of stew meat to your order for a family in need

Support Local Families in Need

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June 8, 2023

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The Tenino Community Service Center provides food to families in need throughout our community. They also deliver food to seniors living in rural areas who are homebound. The need is growing. We want to help, and we hope you'll join us.

Now, when you place your order online with us, you have the option of adding a chuck eye steak to donate to the food bank. It's listed separately on our online store, so you'll know which steak is for your donation, and which one is for you. We'll deliver your donation directly to the food bank. Plus, we'll match your donation, so for every package of meat that you donate, we'll be able to provide dinner for two families. 

The next time you place an order with us, consider adding a chuck eye steak to donate to the food bank. And when you cook up your own steak at home, you'll know that another family will have a meal on the table tonight as well. 

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