Hosting a Fund and Food Drive has become a great way for our community to impact our mission to feed individuals and families in need across Alabama! Every grocery item donated helps. Every dollar donated provides an additional 6 ½ pounds of assistance directly to those who are struggling to put food on the table.
Communities, businesses, clubs, schools and individuals continually display their pride in ownership, and empathy for the MAFB mission by hosting countless Fund and Food Drives on our behalf…many of which we are unaware of until the proceeds are delivered.
There are more than a few Food & Fund Drives which have become annual events. Considering how many and how widely these events differ, Independent Food & Fund Raisers are viewed by our communities as a fun, social way to volunteer individual time and talents to a truly worthy mission. That said, the food drives that take our hearts are the children who have birthday parties and ask party goers to bring nonperishable food instead of presents…and then donate them in support of our mission.
We’ve put together a Fund & Food Drive Information Sheet, which provides some guidance and even a way to let us know how many MAFB boxes and/or barrels you want to use. When we are presented with folks who are feel they might not be quite ready to host their own drive, but want to anyway, we can frequently provide opportunities to support a current drive, which is being promoted here.
Promotion: If your organization would like for Montgomery Area Food Bank to promote or acknowledge your fund raising and/or food drive event on our social media, (like below) please fill out the same Fund & Food Drive Information Sheet and click the Big Red “SUBMIT” Button. The info you provide will be sent to our Communications Team for consideration.
Event: Your Food & Fund Drive
Date: Whenever you're ready
Location: A site of your choosing.
Description: We’ve put together a Fund & Food Drive Information Sheet, which provides guidance and even a way to let us know how many MAFB boxes and/or barrels you want to use. This sheet has both logistical and promotional uses, so please fill it out and then simply click the Big Red "SUBMIT" button to submit. The information you provide will go to our staff involved in the various aspects,Teressa Millwood, is our Fund/Food Drives-Events & Volunteer Coordinator. You'll need to speak with her to pick-up and/or drop-off barrels, boxes and proceeds of your drive.
We're Hopin' You Can Help!
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Montgomery Area Food Bank
"Feeding Hope Across Alabama"
521 Trade Center Street | Montgomery AL 36108 | 334-263-3784
One out of five of us deal with Food Insecurity, which means four out of five of us could help!
Location: Saint James School - 6010 Vaughn Rd, Montgomery, AL 36116
Description: Saint James School is holding a month-long, school-wide Food Drive throughout the month of April. For more information please contact Venna Everett at 334-300-2733.
Event: Montgomery Clean City Commission Annual Spring Shredder Food Drive
Date: April 5, 2019
Location: North Parking Lot of Garrett Coliseum,1555 Federal Drive 36107
Description: Montgomery Clean City Commission, Gilmore Services, AARP Alabama, MAX Credit Union and City Councilmen Richard Bollinger and Arch Lee will be offering a free on-site Annual Spring Shredder Food Drive, Friday, April 5th from 7:00 am until NOON.
To help fight back against identity theft, the public is encouraged to bring up to three (3) bags or boxes of old personal information to a mobile shredding truck that will be located in the North Parking Lot of Garrett Coliseum,1555 Federal Drive 36107.
The event is intended for private residential document shredding, not for business or company disposal. No advance document sorting is necessary as - the shredding equipment can destroy paperwork with paper clips, staples or rubber bands attached. Gilmore Services (www.gilmoreservices.com) guarantees that all confidential records are disposed of properly. All shredded paper will be recycled.
The event is free and open to the public. EVERYONE is encouraged to bring nonperishable food items to benefit the Montgomery Area Food Bank. For more information call MCCC at (334) 625-2175.