Wilmot delivers food to needy rural residents 

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A federal donation of $23,000 has enabled Wilmot Family Resource Centre to buy a van to deliver fresh produce to rural families in need.

Trisha Robinson, the centre’s executive director, said there has been an increase in needs since January when the centre served about 225 people. In June, it was more than 400.

“We know that food is medicine and how important it is for the people that we serve,” Robinson said Kitchener-Conestoga MP Tim Louis.’

“We’re just looking to serve our community better,” Robinson said. “We’re trying to provide everything that they need.”

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