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Topeka, Kansas Food Pantries

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    Temple Of Deliverance Church Food Pantry Topeka

    Temple Of Deliverance Church Food Pantry Topeka

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    Topeka, KS - 66607
    (785) 235-6755

    Pantry Hours:3rd and 4th Saturday10:00am - 12:00pmFor more information, please call.

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    Catholic Charities Food Pantry Topeka

    Catholic Charities Food Pantry Topeka

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    Topeka, KS - 66603
    (785) 233-6300

    Shawnee County resident food pantry.Photo ID required.Pantry hours: 11am-2pm M, T, Th, F.

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    Let's Help

    Let's Help

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    Topeka, KS - 66603
    785-234-6208

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    Let's Help has been serving those in need since 1969. We are committed to inspiring hope, promoting self-sufficiency, and breaking the cycle of poverty one person at a time. We provide adult basic education and GED classes to students ages 16 and above. While attending classes at Let's Help students are also able to attain a WorkReady certificate. In 2014 we provided educational opportunities to 250 students. Through the Older Kansans Employment Program we help educate clients 55 and older on resume writing, job search, com

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