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After-hour donations may be left at the Tribune office, or in the barrel at Bi-Mart.
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Local Aid's new home at 210 E 6th in Junction City opened for business on April 9, 2013. Please feel free to drop by and visit our new quarters.
Junction City Local Aid provides assistance in the form of food, clothing, utility bill support, prescription drug assistance and related services to low-income individuals and families in the Junction City, Oregon area. We focus on meeting the needs of people in short-term crises, assisting them while they get back on their feet.
We operate as a food pantry to provide emergency food boxes and staple food items. We can also assist with past-due utility bills, vouchers for prescription medication and bus tokens, and we have available free used clothing and blankets.
Food and other assistance is provided to residents of the Junction City School District who meet income guidelines. Come by our office during business hours to talk to us or fill out an application.
In 2012, Local Aid provided emergency food boxes to 2,188 residents of the Junction City School District, living in 21 households. More than 90 volunteers donated 4,179 hours of their time to serving Local Aid and our clients in 2012.