Food-A-Bago Food Drive Update Day 4 [PHOTOS]
OK, I am convinced the people in Broome County are very generous and more than willing to help others in our community.Over the first 4 days of collecting food for Broome County CHOW and families in the county, and Whale listeners and beyond have come together more than ever to help fill our camper full of non-perishable food.
Whether it's one item or a car/truck load, every single donation of food counts. While the camper is filling up, we still have room to place food, and if it' gets full over the weekend, we've got a Broome County CHOW truck parked next to the camper ready to fill up with your non-perishable food donations. Let's keep it going and break our 10 ton record from last year!
Listen to Broome County CHOW Director Mike Leahey talk about what we need to help families in the County below.
We are located in a Hillcrest RV camper parked near the front entrance of the Weis Food Market on Upper Front Street Binghamton, where we will be until 10am Monday November 9th. Also thanks to our presenting sponsor – Fidelis Care, and associate sponsors – Ruby & Sons Jewelers and Tall Pines Farm Stoves and Fireplaces!
If you don’t have time to stop inside the camper, simply drop off your non-perishable food items in the Broome County CHOW barrels located right next to the camper. Thanks in advance for any donation you can drop off.
If you feel the urge, get a food drive together with your co-workers, friends or family and build on that food donation.
If you are a business, how about getting in on our Grocery cart Challenge? Drop off a grocery cart full of non-perishable foods items and tell us what business or businesses you want to send out a challenge to. It’s all about having some fun and helping our families in the Broome County area.
For more information about our Food-A-Bago Food Drive for Broome County CHOW, stop by the camper between 6am and 7pm during the week and 8am to 8pm Saturday and Sunday. Hope to see you soon!