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Make a Difference with Your Contribution

Diaspora Groceries Cares is a local black-owned grocery store dedicated to supporting our community through food security and nutritional education. We believe that everyone deserves access to fresh, healthy food, and with your help, we can make this a reality for underserved families in our area. WE NEED YOUR HELP!!!

Support Diaspora Groceries Cares

Our Mission

At Diaspora Groceries Cares, we strive to:

Provide Access to Fresh Food

We distribute fresh produce and essential groceries to families in need.

Educate and Empower

We offer nutritional education programs to help families make healthy food choices.

Support Local Farmers

We partner with local farmers to ensure a sustainable food system.

How You Can Help

Your donation directly impacts our ability to serve the community. Here’s how your contribution can make a difference:

  • $10: Provides a family with fresh produce for a week.

  • $20: Supplies a child with nutritious snacks for a month.

  • $50: Ensures a family has access to staple groceries for two weeks.

  • $100: Funds a community cooking class, teaching healthy meal preparation.

  • $200: Supports our nutritional education programs for a month.

  • $500: Helps maintain our food distribution efforts, ensuring no family goes hungry.

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Community Events

Join us for our Community Food Drive. Bring non-perishable food items or fresh produce to support local families. Meet representatives from Diaspora Groceries Cares and learn more about our initiatives.

Donation Options

You can make a one-time donation or become a monthly supporter. Your generosity helps us continue our mission to nourish and uplift our community.


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Together, we can create a healthier, stronger community.

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