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Ways To Give

Feeding a Child Can Save a Life

We appreciate any donations made to Pascal's Pantry. A single meal can make all the difference to the children in Batey Community. Here are a few ways you can make a difference:

Consider a donation to help fill the children's pantry made easy with online donations.

The need for food is a daily need and ongoing support will help us to ensure the future needs of children.

Checks or money orders can be mailed to:

Pascal's Pantry

P.O. Box 3932

Omaha, NE 68103

Donations can be made at any Wells Fargo Bank location just by saying you would like to make a donation to Pascal's Pantry

Other Ways to Give

Monthly Giving

Providing a consistent source of support for meals, gives the children
food security they desperately need. Your monthly donation processes
automatically through your chosen payment method and the amount
of your gift can be changed at any time.

Start a Fundraiser

Celebrating a birthday? Running a marathon? Having a community
event? Make it an occasion to support the children of Batey Dos.
Encourage your friends and families to give generously to Pascal’s
Pantry and feed a child today.

Make an Honorary Gift

Celebrate someone’s birthday or honor the memory of a loved one
by donating in their name.

Group Donations

The collective donation of a visiting group is the most powerful way to
make an impact. Donating to a project or program funds initiatives
that benefit the community such as funding solar panels, school
supplies, or dental hygiene supplies. To find out how your business or
organization can become involved with our work, contact Pascal’s
Pantry.

Workplace Giving & Matching Gifts

Your donation to Pascal's Pantry could feed twice as many children by donating through your employer's giving campaign. Some companies even match gifts by
retirees and/or spouses, too! For every dollar you donate, you are really giving two dollars. At the end of the year, every penny donated is tax deductible and can make a big difference in your IRS tax filing.

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