Aston Township, Delaware County PA

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

The Aston Township Community Center on Concord Road is now being utilized as a food pantry collection depot that will help feed dozens of local families and children.

The Neighbors Helping Neighbors network has already recruited Giant, the Aston Police Department, the Penn-Delco School District, and other Aston organizations that want to help.

Non-perishable food items can be dropped off at the Community Center any day of the week during business hours. Community Center staff will securely store all donations.

All donated items (including gift cards, individual cans or cases of food) will be distributed to needy local families, as contributions allow in the coming months.

“The need has, unfortunately, been increasing, and our food bank is starting to dwindle,” Commissioners President Jim Stigale recently stated. “So if anyone wants to contribute non-perishable goods during business hours at the Community Center, it would be much appreciated.”

Aston residents who know of a neighbor in need should contact Maggie Berry via the Aston Township Neighbors Helping Neighbors Facebook page or email