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The Prince George’s County Public Safety Assistance Program, Inc. needs your help to continue providing food baskets to Prince Georgians in need, providing full holiday meal to more than 21,000 residents over the last 8 years. However, this year the program is in jeopardy, and it needs both food and cash donations.
There are several locations where you can make your non-perishable food donation. Collection drums for canned goods are located at District police stations throughout the county, the County Administration Building in Upper Marlboro, the Board of Education Sasscer Administration Building in Upper Marlboro, the Sheriff’s Office in Upper Marlboro, the Department of Corrections in Upper Marlboro, Largo West in Largo, the Largo Government Center in Largo, the Courthouse (Upper Marlboro), Inglewood Center-3 (Largo), and FOP Lodge #89 in Upper Marlboro. All non-perishable food donations must be received by December 21, 2013.
Monetary contributions to the Program help defray the cost of food items that are purchased for the food baskets. Tax-deductible contributions can be mailed to: PSAP Food, P.O. Box 548, Upper Marlboro, MD 20773. Checks should be made payable to the Public Safety Assistance Program, Inc. or to PSAP FOOD.For more information, call Bill Milligan at 240-508-9080.
Thank you all in advance for your generosity during the holiday season.
Victor R. Ramirez, Esq. State Senator Legislative District 47
As a long-time resident of Mount Rainier and a homeowner, it is important to me that municipal government be inclusive of all of its residents.
It is equally important that information be communicated through all possible channel so that residents can get involved.
It is also important for residents to volunteer and serve on committees, commissions, boards and task forces.
I truly believe that municipal government is the government closes to the people, and as such should be easily accessible.
This BLOG is another effort to reach out to the residents of Mount Rainier.