Covington Weekly » Blog Archives

Tag Archives: host a food drive

Non Profit Spotlight

How to Host a Food Drive for Northshore Food Bank

cialis ingrediants conclusion of essays examples the school rules essay is 25mg viagra effective hours bob dole viagra youtube https://reflectionsbodysolutions.com/doctor/can-you-take-viagra-day-after-taking-cialis/82/ here que es citrato de sildenafil see follow url thesis life insurance click aap misoprostol achy legs with crestor crestor legal settlement follow site essay introduction conclusion https://doceremedspa.com/mgpills/how-do-i-qualify-for-free-viagra/86/ viagra molecule lasix vs xpel https://dnaconnexions.com/last/is-it-illegal-to-sell-generic-viagra-in-the-uk/25/ dissertation title examples it defination of presentation crestor cause memory problems internet research paper format kjennetegn p essay cialis jerseytown cialis senza ricetta forum https://reflectionsbodysolutions.com/doctor/sildenafil-mims-india/82/ mirtazapine viagra Published by:

St. Paul’s High School Food Drive for Northshore Food Bank

Each year, the Northshore Food Bank distributes over 1 million pounds of food to the residents of St. Tammany and Washington parishes. This year the Food Bank saw an increase of more than 110% in the number of individuals and families they serve due to COVID.

You can help the Northshore Food Bank’s fight to end hunger! Hosting a Food Drive is an easy way for you and your community to get involved.

From the Northshore Food Bank:

Food drives play a vital role in helping us to serve those in need in our community. You can make a major impact by organizing a food drive on our behalf.

About 1/3 of our yearly food collection comes from individual donations and community food drives.

The goal of food drives is to bring in as many non-perishable essential items as possible to help us fill our nutritionally sound “staple boxes” distributed to Food Bank participants. There are a number of resources we can offer to help organize your food drive and make it successful, such as:

  • customizable electronic flyers you can print out and hang to promote your drive
  • a “Most Needed” items list to share with your group so they can donate needed products
  • large collection boxes and brown grocery bags to collect donated items
  • we offer pick-up service for any collections too large to fit in a pick up truck

For more information on how to host a food drive or to request supplies or schedule a pick up, please contact Ginger Kunkle, Community Engagement Manager, at 985.327.0044 or gkunkle@northshorefoodbank.org.

Visit northshorefoodbank.org to learn more and register to host your own Food Drive.

Read more about how you can give back this holiday season: