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Type of Event: 7th AnnualNationwide Food Drive-"Feds Feed Families"
Location: Federal employee locations
"Feds Feed Families" is a voluntary effort supported by Federal employees across the country who take time outside of their workday to collect and donate food for those in need.Since 2009, the campaign has donated almost 39 million pounds of food to families and individuals in need. All Federal agencies across the country participated. Federal employees donated both perishable and non-perishable food items throughout the summer.
Type of Event: Hyundai MMA Summer Food & Fund Drive
Location: Hyundai and supplier locations
Hyundai employees and several of Hyundai's suppliers will be hosting a food and fund drive to help feed our hungry neighbors across 35 counties in Alabama. Hyundai has been a longtime supporter of the food bank and Director,Production- Craig Stapley continues to serve on our board.
Type of Event: AARP Chapter 528 Summer Food & Fund Drive
AARP Chapter 528 is currently hosting a food & fund drive in support of the Montgomery Area Food Bank. AARP and several of it's chapters have been dedicated to volunteering and hosting food/fund drives on our behalf for several years. For more information on how to help serve your community on our mission to fight hunger in Alabama, contact your local AARP chapter.
Type of Event: Air Now/Cumulus BroadcastingLive Remote- Food/Fund Drive
From 10am-6pm Cumulus Broadcasting and Air Now Live will be hosting a live remote to raise awareness of our mission to 'Feed Hope Across Alabama'! Stop by and see us and consider making a monetary or non-perishable donation- every $1 provides 6.5 lbs. of food for a neighbor in need!
Type of Event: Publix "Tools for Back to School"
Date: July 23rd-August 12th
Location: Publix locations
Having the right school supplies can mean the difference between a passing or a failing grade. Many families do not have the resources to purchase school supplies and teachers often spend their own money to buy supplies for their students.Please join Publix Super Markets to help students and teachers by participating in the Publix Tools for Back to School Program. Tools for Back to School displays will be located near the registers with tear off tickets valued at $5, $7, and $10. Tear the ticket and give it to the cashier during check out. The amount will be added to the grocery order. Customers donating to Tools for Back to School will receive a specially designed reusable bag.