Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive 2018

Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive 2018

About This Campaign

On Saturday, May 12th, 2018, the Letter Carriers’ Food Drive celebrates its 26th year helping the hungry.

For more than 20 years, the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) has conducted an annual nationwide food drive on the second Saturday in May. Using the unparalleled postal networks, letter carriers collect non-perishable food donations on that day as they deliver mail along their postal route.

Here are a few things to remember on your volunteer day:
1) Wear closed-toe shoes and dress in layers. Our warehouse is not climate controlled, and there is heavy equipment. Please dress appropriately and safely. Also, if needed, wear glasses, as you will be reading food labels!

2) For safety reasons, the minimum age for volunteering is eight years old. Minors under 16 must be accompanied by an adult chaperone. We require one adult for every 6 children.

3) HAVE FUN! We love meeting new people, listening to stories, and working together to have a hunger-free community! Our team at the Community Food Bank is proud to work with you

Volunteers are needed to help unload the mail carrier vans and sort through the donated food items so they are ready for distribution to our partnering agencies.

Thank you for giving your time to help neighbors at risk of hunger in our community!

Location / Venue

  • Address:
  • 107 Walter Davis Drive
  • Birmingham, AL 35209
  • USA
  • Time:
  • May 12, 2018 02:00 pm to
  • May 12, 2018 09:00 pm
Community Food Bank of Central Alabama

Campaign to Support Community Food Bank of Central Alabama

The Community Food Bank of Central Alabama’s mission is to feed people in need today and foster collaborative solutions to end hunger tomorrow. We accomplish this mission by supplying 11 million meals a year to 230 food pantries, shelters and children’s programs in 12 counties of Central Alabama.

We also create healthy food access by feeding children at risk of hunger during school breaks, delivering fresh produce to residents living in isolated communities and providing food to under-nourished mothers of critically ill infants through on-site hospital food pantries.

Volunteer Participant Hours Pledged
Charleta King
Charleta King
2
Gilda Coker
Gilda Coker
2
Samuel King
Samuel King
2
Karen Stevens
Karen Stevens
2
Beth Miller
Beth Miller
4
Clint Miller
Clint Miller
2
Maxine Colbert
Maxine Colbert
2
Elijah Clayton
Elijah Clayton
2
Alex Wormley
Alex Wormley
4
Tyveze Harrison
Tyveze Harrison
2
Marie Carter
Marie Carter
2
SATYA Kambhampati
SATYA Kambhampati
4
Komali Kambhampati
Komali Kambhampati
4
Erica Carmichael
Erica Carmichael
2
Tim Smith
Tim Smith
2
Lydia Bloodworth
Lydia Bloodworth
2
Bill Hickman
Bill Hickman
3
Benita Jackson
Benita Jackson
3
Joycelyn Jackson
Joycelyn Jackson
3
Bryant Whitehead
Bryant Whitehead
3
Jennifer Reardon
Jennifer Reardon
3
Zach Isbell
Zach Isbell
2
Jolisia Bennett
Jolisia Bennett
3
RENEE ADKINS
RENEE ADKINS
3
Ebrahim chagri
Ebrahim chagri
3
Ashley Brown
Ashley Brown
4
Takiyah Hood
Takiyah Hood
4
AK Taufique
AK Taufique
2
DeEtte Currie
DeEtte Currie
2
Hannah Currie
Hannah Currie
2
Sadie Currie
Sadie Currie
2
Jamie Fitzwater
Jamie Fitzwater
2
Christopher Thornton
Christopher Thornton
3
Fatima Carter
Fatima Carter
3
Jeremy Ramsey
Jeremy Ramsey
2
Skeeter Young
Skeeter Young
3
Erin Thompson
Erin Thompson
2
Adrian Carpenter
Adrian Carpenter
5
Matan Abrams
Matan Abrams
2
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