LATHROP – Donations to the Second Harvest Food Bank in Manteca can be dropped off at Dominion Print & Design which has moved to a new location in Lathrop.
The only packing and shipping center in Lathrop and the only authorized Fed/Ex drop off, Dominion Print & Design is now located in Louise Plaza, a neighborhood commercial center on the northwest corner of Louise Avenue and Harlan Road, right next to the Hampton Inn. The new business, which was previously located at D’Arcy Parkway in the Crossroads Commerce Center, now occupies the space that was once a tax-preparation office next to the Lathrop Dry Cleaners.
Nonperishable canned goods and other food donations can be dropped off at Dominion Print during business hours Monday to Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., said Pastor Willie Anderson of the Lathrop Image Changers Church. His wife, Lisa, is the owner of Dominion Print.
The office, which opened at its new location on Thursday, is closed on Sundays.
Food donations will be accepted through Christmas, Anderson said. Collections this week will go to Second Harvest. Each week in December, canned goods collected will be distributed to other nonprofit agencies and facilities as well as churches, the pastor said.
In addition, Dominion Print & Design packaging and shipping center is donating 10 percent of all packaging receipts of items being shipped to the Second Harvest Food Bank. The 10 percent does not include cost of box or bubble wrap.
Besides being a FedEx drop-off location, Dominion Print also provides copy, fax, and Internet access as well as designing and printing bookmarkers, business cards brochures, posters, CD/DVD duplication, among others.
For more information about donating to Second Harvest at Dominion Print & Design, log on to http://www.dopnd.com or call (209) 624-3140.