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Julian Center Food Pantry Drive 2021

Marigold Clothing is hosting a Food Pantry Drive for the Julian Center (for victims of domestic violence) now through Saturday, March 20!

We are changing our usual Spring collection for the Julian Center. In these challenging times, let’s focus on filling their food pantry at the shelter!

Please bring or send a LARGE BAG OR BOX with any of the following items into Marigold by March 20 (** = highest needed items)

  • **SPICES! (Pepper, Seasoning Salt, Paprika, Old Bay, Garlic Salt, Hot Sauce)
  • **Paper Plates (9”) or Paper bowls (6” or 12”)
  • **Aluminum Foil or Plastic Wrap
  • **Storage Bags (gallon, sandwich, or quart)
  • Gift Certificates to local grocery stores
  • Canned fruit
  • Canned tuna
  • Pasta (any kind)
  • Spaghetti sauce
  • Cereal

PLEASE NOTE: YOU CAN ORDER ITEMS ONLINE AND SHIP TO US! Be sure to include your name and info on the delivery or email marigoldclothing@sbcglobal.net so we know who to send a coupon to.

When you donate, you will receive a coupon for 15% OFF ONE TOTAL PURCHASE at Marigold!

(You can use the coupon on the day you receive it or by March 20, 2021. One per customer. EXCLUDES Magnolia Pearl, select artisan jewelry, clearance and special/trunk show orders.)

Bring or send these items in now through Saturday, March 20, 2021 to Marigold Clothing located in Broad Ripple neighborhood at 6512 Cornell Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46205. We are open Tues-Sat 11-5. Help us fill their food pantry to the brim during these challenging times!

The Julian Center is committed to being an open, affirming and welcoming place for their survivors, staff, board members, volunteers and visitors. They strive to be an agency that supports and serves all survivors of domestic or sexual violence while embracing differences of sexual orientation, gender and its expression, religious background, marital status, family structure, age, racial and cultural identity or background, and educational and socioeconomic status. They foster a climate of purposeful inclusion of all survivors and affirm their decision to seek assistance in healing from trauma.

Everyone deserves a life free from violence; those in need are welcome at The Julian Center. www.juliancenter.org