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Feeding those in Need During the Pandemic

Knights of Council 15409 at St. Thomas More in Coralville, IA have spent the last several weekends in the parking lot collecting food and funds. These donations have been given to the local food pantry in North Liberty, the Catholic Worker House in Iowa City, and other outreach charities in the area to serve those in need. They have collected over 6,300 pounds of food and over $3,500 in monetary donations.

They plan to to continue this every weekend, because they know there is always a need.


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