The fire department said they are collecting kids’ winter jackets, unwrapped toys, games, nonperishable food and monetary donations.
More than 10 million tons of perfectly good food is dumped each year due to inefficient supply chains.
Crosstown Shootout basketball rivals have scores to settle before Saturday’s showdown, but both Xavier University and the University of Cincinnati have so many students looking for food or clothes that the schools teamed up to launch the “Crosstown Foodout.” It is a competition to see who can stock and collect more donations for on-campus pantries. However, the real pressure is on the growing crowds of students seeking support.
The BC SPCA says it’s seeing growing demand for the pet food bank service it offers across the province and says it is in desperate need of donations.
The Cincinnati Bengals are teaming up with the Freestore Foodbank to make a difference.
Volunteers like Air Force veteran Sally Stenton are sending a hug in a box to U.S. military members deployed overseas.
Corpus Christi Volunteer Services will host their Christmas on the Diamond event at Miracle League Field from 5-9 p.m. on Dec. 10.
Give hope, Share Joy will help provide nutritious food to San Diegans who need us most right now. Every dollar donated provides 2 meals.
The Homeless Empowerment Action Team recently got a thumbs up for a building permit.
‘Paws in Nature’ will host photos with Santa, pet-friendly vendors and dog training activities for attendees to enjoy at Bernheim Forest.
SORRENTO – After a 12-year hiatus, the Sorrento Lions Club is bringing back the Boucherie and Balloon festival.
Inflation has made it hard to survive, and this Thanksgiving, some won’t be able to afford a turkey. Sadly, even food pantries don’t have enough.