Stamp Out Hunger: Letter Carriers’ Food Drive – Saturday May 10

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With one in six Americans either living at risk of hunger or not knowing where their next meal will come from, the Letter Carriers’ Food Drive is just as important today as the first one was back in 1992.

Participation in the drive couldn’t be easier. “All we ask is that postal customers place a bag of nonperishable food by their mailbox before their letter carrier comes by on Saturday, May 10. We’ll pick it up and deliver it to a nearby food-distribution charity within that same community.”

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Questions regarding the food drive should be directed to NALC Director of Community Services Pam Donato at 202-662-2489 or at donato@nalc.org.

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