Dec 4th 2021 Food and Toy Drive at Fisherman’s Wharf
Food Items Most Needed:
Canned tuna, chicken, and salmon; cereal (non-sugar types); beans (dry and canned); rice (in 1lb-2lb bags or mixes); peanut butter; pasta and pasta sauce. Other non-perishable food items are also welcome.
Money Donations to Food Share Will Be Matched Up to $10,000
Checks or cash can be dropped off on December 4th.
Or Text WHARF to 41444
Or go to this link to donate:
Toys and Sports Items Requested:
Toys and sports equipment should be new and unwrapped.
2021 Holiday Food and Toy Drive on Saturday December 4th
The Harbor Department and the Harbor & Beach Community Alliance are teaming up for the 2021 Holiday Food and Toy Drive on Saturday, December 4th from 10am – 4pm at Fisherman’s Wharf.
Volunteers Are Needed!
Volunteers are needed that day to help with drive up drop-offs of food and toys at Fisherman’s Wharf. As was done last year, people will be asked to drive up and community volunteers will unload their cars. Food Share will be there with their truck to also help and the Fire Department sponsoring the Spark of Love Toy Drive will be there.
This event is the perfect opportunity for the harbor and beach communities to extend a hand to those in need this holiday season and give generously.
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