The annual Postal Service ‘Stamp Out Hunger’ Food Drive, is this (May 12) Saturday.
All food donated, in each community, will stay in that community!
Al from the Augusta Food Bank and Bev from the Postal Service in Augusta, joined us on the Moose Morning Show with all the details...
There are two events this week surrounding food and the hungry. The first one is on Friday, May 8th. The Good Shepherd Food Bank's food truck will be giving out things like bread, produce and canned goods beginning at 10am at the former Hannaford location on Willow Street in Augusta. The event will be over at noon or when the food supply is depleted.
TANKS-GIVING is Central Maine’s biggest food drive. For years this food drive has been raising tons of non-perishables and thousands of dollars helping the food banks of central Maine. Today is day three and here is where you can help out at Shaw’s in Augusta 8-4 and Shaw’s in Waterville from 9-4. Donations of non-perishables and cash help...big time!
Gov. LePage is taking some time off from the campaign trail this weekend to open up his home for the 4th annual Blaine House food drive. Mainers are invited to drop off non-perishable goods and get a tour of the Blaine House in Augusta from the governor between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Saturday. The food drive at the Blaine House will also be held on Oct. 25 and Nov. 1.
‘Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive’ takes place in central Maine and just about everywhere (May 10) this Saturday. Every second Saturday in May, letter carriers across America collect non-perishable item in the ‘Stamp Out Hunger National Food Drive’, the largest one-day food drive in the nation.
Join the United Way of Mid-Maine's "Day of Action" Community Food Drive this Friday, June 21 from 8:00 am until noon. Teams of United Way Volunteers will be at three different locations: Elm City Plaza in Waterville, Fairgrounds Marketplace in Skowhegan (between Wal-Mart and Hannaford) and at Jimmy's Market in Bingham.