What Should I Do With My Leftover Hurricane Supplies?

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With the danger of Hurricane Dorian behind us, you may have started to swing back into your normal routine at home. Kissimmee Utility Authority reminds you that hurricane season continues until November 30, with September being the peak month of the season for storm activity. It’s important to stay prepared and not wait for disaster to strike.

As a reminder, grocery stores do not stock returned food items or cases of water, even if they’re unopened. While it’s a good idea to keep those items stocked for the remainder of the season, should you decide to purge your kitchen or pantry for space reasons, please consider donating the unused supplies to a local food pantry.

Here is a list of Osceola County food banks accepting donations:

Osceola Council on Aging Food Bank – 700 Generation Point, Kissimmee, FL 34744

A Place for Grace – 1209 Florida Ave, St. Cloud FL 34769

Central Florida Community Breadbasket, Inc. – 1535 Immokalee Street, Intercession City, FL

Community Hope Center – 2198 Four Winds Blvd, Kissimmee, FL 34746

Salvation Army – 105 W. Vine St. Kissimmee, FL 34741

St. Cloud Community Food Pantry – 901 Missouri Ave, St. Cloud, FL 34769

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