SPANISH FORT, Alabama — Prodisee Pantry in Spanish Fort will hold its third drive-thru emergency distribution from 9 a.m. to noon on Tuesday, April 7 at 9315 Spanish Fort Blvd., Spanish Fort.
“It’s about hunger at Prodisee Pantry,” according to a release issued Monday. “If you have stockpiled food, please stay home. If you need to come, please empty your trunk and get in line at the west end of Old Mobile Highway.”
You must be a Baldwin County resident to receive food on Tuesday. Participants are asked to bring photo identification, proof they live in Baldwin County and patience. Each family will receive a prepacked food unit.
“Stay home, stay safe. Prodisee Pantry takes this simple message seriously,” according to the release. “But our ministry is deemed critical for Baldwin County families who rely on us for groceries during this difficult and uncertain time.”
Volunteers will be provided a mask and gloves and will continue to use social distrancing.
“f you have been scheduled to come and serve at Prodisee Pantry, and you feel comfortable doing so, please come,” the release states. “If you are not coming in to serve, please call.”
Prodisee Pantry is asking the public to donate online at prodiseepantry.org to help restock and continue its food distribution.
“We are buying truckloads of food to meet the need,” according to the release. “We ask for your prayers for our families, for Prodisee Pantry, for our healthcare and emergency responders, our community, and our Country as we face this difficult time together.
“It’s about hunger … it’s about faith … it’s about community at Prodisee Pantry!”