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The Best Items for fund/food drives: (Holidays)
For every $1 donated Montgomery Area Food
Bank can provide 6.5 pounds of food product.
Please put name of drive i.e.: US Food ServiceBlue Jeans Day, etc...So that it will get credited to
your fund/food drive & send to ATTN: Teressa
Any type of boxed goods:
Dry milk, instant potatoes, rice, Stove-Top stuffing,
pie crusts, puddings, etc…
Any type of canned vegetables:
Green beans, sweet potatoes, yams, broccoli,
pumpkin, cranberry, mixed vegetables, corn, etc…
Any type of canned fruits:
Peaches, strawberries, blueberries, blackberries,
raspberries, applesauce, apricots, plums, pineapple
chunks, etc…
Other needed items:
marshmallows, walnuts, pecans, peanut butter,
cookie morsels, cream of soups--(mushroom,
chicken, celery, broccoli), beef or chicken broths,
bag stuffing, French fried onions, etc…
Any frozen meats:
Turkeys, hams, roasts, etc…
But, only if they can be brought in, in a very
timely manner and unopened.
Any and all fresh produce that is in good condition:
But, only if it can be brought in, in a very timely
manner and not squished or rotten.
Cleaning supplies and hygiene products, these are especially needed due to food
stamps not allowing them to purchase these type of items.
Pet foods
Our special friends and other children
(animals have to eat too)
All non-perishable goods are a wonderful source of foods to collect for a food
drive! Aim for low sodium/salt/syrups/sugars—high in protein/fiber
MILLWOOD AT 334-263-3784 X307 OR VIA E-MAIL AT
[email protected]
“The Montgomery Area Food Bank
Is an Equal Opportunity Employer”
Form 17-9/16/2015