Tomorrow, Saturday, is the big day!
At 9 a.m., the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) and Farm Share will kickoff the national 'Stamp Out Hunger' food drive in Palm Beach County (PBC), the largest one-day food collection event when it occurs, nationwide, on May 11
Then, at 10 a.m., fresh fruits, vegetables and other staples will be provided to anyone who needs it at a free food giveaway
Look who's coming:
PBC Mayor Mack Bernard (District 7)
PBC Commissioner Hal R. Valeche (District 1)
Riviera Beach Mayor Ronnie L. Felder
Riviera Beach Councilwoman Dr. Julia Botel (District 4)
West Palm Beach Mayor Keith James
Boynton Beach City Commissioner Christina Romelus (District III)
Mangonia Park Town Councilman Edward 'Earl' Smith
Mangonia Park Town Manager Ken Metcalf
Alfred Fields, president of Alpha Educational Foundation
Rev. Dr. J. R. Thicklin, president of PBC Clergy Alliance
Veronica Flores-Osborne, president of NALC's PBC Branch 1690
John Delgado, assistant operations manager at Farm Share
PBC Food Bank representatives
(The program schedule will be available onsite)
So Join Us!
Volunteers can still register onsite (community service hours available)
Want the free food? Just show up, register and receive!
For more event information, call 561-209-4241 or send an email here
To learn more about Homestead-based Farm Share, which works to end food deserts statewide, click here
click here. It's to be held nationwide (including in PBC!) on May 11, 2019, with more than 1,400 NALC branches involved in picking up millions of pounds of food, one house at a time.