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Woodlake Food Drive


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Share0 SharesCollection Dates TBD. There will be a box at the Woodlake Community Association Office, inside the entrance, another box at the AFC, inside the entrance, and one located at the Tennis Hut for you to drop off canned goods to support the Chesterfield Food Bank. Lifestyle Services will deliver all the canned goods on November 22. This article below was written July of 2022 and explains about the Chesterfield Food Bank and their needs.  Please take a look at how many people this impacts in YOUR community and donate. Every little bit we can do saves a life. In 2020, amid COVID-related job losses and skyrocketing demand for assistance, the Chesterfield facility distributed nearly 4 million pounds of food – or three times as much as it had the previous year. Prior to the pandemic, it served between 8,000 and 10,000 clients in a typical month. Those numbers exploded once COVID hit, consistently reaching 30,000 to 40,000 monthly, with community support increasing to meet the need.  Now it’s facing a different kind of challenge: Inflation at levels not seen since the 1970s has created significant budgetary pressure for both low-income households and those who previously could be counted on to make regular food and monetary donations. READ MORE      

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Collection Dates TBD.
There will be a box at the Woodlake Community Association Office, inside the entrance, another box at the AFC, inside the entrance, and one located at the Tennis Hut for you to drop off canned goods to support the Chesterfield Food Bank.

Lifestyle Services will deliver all the canned goods on November 22.

This article below was written July of 2022 and explains about the Chesterfield Food Bank and their needs.  Please take a look at how many people this impacts in YOUR community and donate.
Every little bit we can do saves a life.


In 2020, amid COVID-related job losses and skyrocketing demand for assistance, the Chesterfield facility distributed nearly 4 million pounds of food – or three times as much as it had the previous year. Prior to the pandemic, it served between 8,000 and 10,000 clients in a typical month. Those numbers exploded once COVID hit, consistently reaching 30,000 to 40,000 monthly, with community support increasing to meet the need.  Now it’s facing a different kind of challenge: Inflation at levels not seen since the 1970s has created significant budgetary pressure for both low-income households and those who previously could be counted on to make regular food and monetary donations. READ MORE