Butler Food Pantry Drive

92.1 is reaching out to the public on behalf of the Butler Food Pantry. The
lack of donations from Harvesters in Kanas City since the Covid Pandemic has resulted in extremely low inventory at the food pantry.

The Butler Food Pantry touches the lives of 1,100  individuals and over 500 families each month.   The Butler Food Pantry is asking donations from the community for hygiene product donations at this time.

A complete list of donation ideas will be found on the KMAM KMOE Facebook page and heard by DJ’s on air during daytime hours.

Donations may be dropped off at the Butler Food Pantry Monday, Tuesday, or
Wednesday between 8 am and 4 pm or at 92.1 Radio Station Monday
through Friday 8 till 5.

Your donations will be appreciated in advance. That’s personal hygiene product donations needed during the month of February for the local Butler Food Pantry.