There’s a new way for the charity-minded to hold a food drive, without lifting a bag or filling a box.
Sea Isle’s mayor has announced that the community will be organizing several events to help local Hurricane Sandy victims.
SEPTA and Philabundance are asking transit riders to donate food at 45 rail and transit stations around the region.
The National Constitution Center, in partnership with CBS 3 and Philabundance, the Delaware Valley’s largest hunger relief organization, will collect non-perishable food items as part of the Bruce Springsteen-inspired “Hungry Heart” Food Drive.
Bill Clark, Executive Director of Philadabundance, says the group’s donations are down when the need for food is at an all time high.
Today’s the first day SEPTA commuters are being asked to bring a little something extra to the station: food.
The third annual “Stop Hunger at Your Station” food drive begins Monday, June 6th and runs through the 20th. The haul from year two was double year one and they’d like to double it again.
A new federal report says more Americans than ever are struggling to eat, and a local food advocate says it’s time to try another way to feed the hungry.