Donations of nonperishable food shall be stuffed inside a Skagit Transit bus. At this time of economic crisis food security is especially important, food banks are more essential as there are more folks in need. The stuffed bus food items will resupply food programs at Helping Hands Food Bank that gives to those in need in Northern Washington.
Nonperishable food items accepted for donation include canned meats, vegetables, fruits, stews and chili, canned or dry soups, canned or packaged pasta, tea bags and ground coffee, hot and cold cereals, rice, cake and pancake mixes, powdered or canned milk, juice boxes, granulated sugar, baby food and formula, granola and cereal bars and dry or canned pet food and adult pull up style diapers.
All food donations will benefit the Helping Hands Food Bank a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization serving area families, seniors and individuals with disabilities. Help families move forward with a trunk full of food donations and stuffing the bus.
To learn more about this please, contact:
Cheryl Willis, Marketing and Public Affairs Specialist
Office 360-757-5194 Cell 360-333-1984
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