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EXIT Realty offices collecting food for needy
Ceres Exit food
EXIT Realty's office at 3018 E. Service Road, Suite 105 (corner of Service & Mitchell Roads, behind Chevron/7-Eleven) is accepting food donations for Second Harvest Food Bank of the Greater Valley.

EXIT Realty Consultants announces its partnership with Second Harvest Food Bank of the Greater Valley to help feed those in need this summer.

Now until June 30, EXIT Realty Consultants offices in Ceres, Modesto, Turlock and Manteca will be accepting food donations that will be distributed through the Manteca-based food bank.

Items requested include bags of dry beans, bags of rice, menudo, canned chicken, canned protein, peanut butter, pasta, pasta sauce, and, of course, kid-friendly stuff – like crackers, chips, etc. Expired items cannot be accepted.

EXIT staff connected with Nic Padilla, SHFB Corporate Relations Manager, at a Ceres Chamber of Commerce event and it seemed like a perfect fit to partner with the food bank by accepting food donations at their local offices.

Piggy banks have also been placed at the front counters.

Donations may be dropped off Monday through Friday, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. at the following location:

Ceres: 3018 E. Service Road, Suite 105 (Corner of Service & Mitchell Roads, behind Chevron/7-11).

Modesto: 3425 Coffee Road (Corner of Coffee Road & Sylvan Avenue) Turlock: 600 E. Main Street, Suite 300 (Corner of E. Main & S. Denair Avenue).

For over a decade, EXIT Realty Consultants has partnered with the Stanislaus County Health Agency, Partnership for Healthy Children, to provide gifts from Santa through their “Giving Tree” program.