Dundas Community Services fall food drive going ahead

Community Sep 23, 2020 by Craig Campbell Dundas Star News

The Dundas Community Services annual fall food drive for the local Salvation Army food bank is still taking place in this COVID-19 pandemic year.

On Saturday, Sept. 26 there will be three different ways to get a food or cash donation to the food bank. As usual, volunteers are planning to pickup food donations left out on your front porch.

Donations can also be dropped off at two different locations including the truck in the Metro parking lot on Governor’s Road, and the Salvation Army Family Centre at John Street and King Street West.

Non-perishable food, gift cards and cash donations will all be accepted.

Last year’s DCS fall food drive saw hundreds of volunteers collect about 14,000 pounds of food, and almost $6,000 in one day — about the same amount of food and double the money collected the year before.

Cash donations can be particularly helpful, as the food bank can purchase needed items at wholesale prices.

 

 

Dundas Community Services fall food drive going ahead

Donations accepted three ways on Sept. 26

Community Sep 23, 2020 by Craig Campbell Dundas Star News

The Dundas Community Services annual fall food drive for the local Salvation Army food bank is still taking place in this COVID-19 pandemic year.

On Saturday, Sept. 26 there will be three different ways to get a food or cash donation to the food bank. As usual, volunteers are planning to pickup food donations left out on your front porch.

Donations can also be dropped off at two different locations including the truck in the Metro parking lot on Governor’s Road, and the Salvation Army Family Centre at John Street and King Street West.

Non-perishable food, gift cards and cash donations will all be accepted.

Related Content

Last year’s DCS fall food drive saw hundreds of volunteers collect about 14,000 pounds of food, and almost $6,000 in one day — about the same amount of food and double the money collected the year before.

Cash donations can be particularly helpful, as the food bank can purchase needed items at wholesale prices.

 

 

Dundas Community Services fall food drive going ahead

Donations accepted three ways on Sept. 26

Community Sep 23, 2020 by Craig Campbell Dundas Star News

The Dundas Community Services annual fall food drive for the local Salvation Army food bank is still taking place in this COVID-19 pandemic year.

On Saturday, Sept. 26 there will be three different ways to get a food or cash donation to the food bank. As usual, volunteers are planning to pickup food donations left out on your front porch.

Donations can also be dropped off at two different locations including the truck in the Metro parking lot on Governor’s Road, and the Salvation Army Family Centre at John Street and King Street West.

Non-perishable food, gift cards and cash donations will all be accepted.

Related Content

Last year’s DCS fall food drive saw hundreds of volunteers collect about 14,000 pounds of food, and almost $6,000 in one day — about the same amount of food and double the money collected the year before.

Cash donations can be particularly helpful, as the food bank can purchase needed items at wholesale prices.