Feed the Need Community Food Drive

Feed the Need Community Food Drive

The 19th Annual Industrial Credit Union Feed the Need Community Food Drive is October 14th-18th.  This year’s goal is 300,000 pounds of food for local Food Banks.  You can make a donation at any Whatcom County Haggen or Industrial Credit Union location.  All donations will be picked up by Bellingham Food Bank and distributed to food banks all around Whatcom County.

Tuesday, October 15th, join Mandy from 3:00pm-5:00pm & Ron Warner from 5:00pm-7:00pm at the Ferndale Haggen.

Thursday, October 17th, join the entire KAFE Crew between 6:00am-7:00pm at the Barkley Haggen.

FOOD BANK FACTS:
-1 in 6 Whatcom County families visit a food bank on a regular basis.
-Visits to Whatcom County Food Banks have increased by more than 70% since 2007.
-Whatcom County Food Banks distribute 550,000 pounds of food each month…the equivalent of 13 semi-trucks.

HOW TO DONATE:
-Cash is KING!!!  Food banks can turn $20 into 200 pounds of food.  A cash donation is the most effective way to help the food drive.
-Donate at any ICU branch, Cruisin Coffee, or Haggen register.

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