Feed the Children Food Drive

Feed the Children

FOOD DRIVE

June 25-29, 2012

Food Drive PDF Flyer

Bring non-perishable food items to the:
CenturyLink Retail Store, located in the Gretna Plaza on Hwy 248 next to Arvest Bank
Monday-Friday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm or call 417.339.1077 for more information

Our Community Needs Your Help!

This summer you’re invited to help support Jesus Was Homeless and Christian Action Ministries by participating in the CenturyLink Backpack Buddies Feed the Children Food Drive.

The CenturyLink Clarke M. Williams Foundation will match all donations given through this drive at $1 per pound up to 1 million pounds total.  If you choose to make a monetary donation, every dollar donated will be calculated as 6 pounds and will be matched with a $6 donation to Jesus Was Homeless or Christian Action Ministries up to 1 million dollars company wide. 

If you have ever thought about donating to Jesus Was Homeless or Christian Action Ministries this is the week to do it as your donation will be MATCHED by the Clarke M. Williams Foundation.

You can also donate directly to Jesus Was Homeless or Christian Action Ministries:
Write a check to Jesus Was Homeless or Christian Action Ministries the week of June 25th-29th.

What to Bring

Food:

Individual boxed/pouch drinks (Capri Sun, Kool-Aid, etc.)
Granola Bars
Individually packaged fruit cups (Applesauce, Peaches, etc.)
Individually bagged Chips
Cookies
Canned Meat
Peanut Butter
Canned Fruit

Household Items:

Ziploc Sandwich Bags
Plastic Spoons
Shampoo
Deodorant
Shaving Cream
Toothbrushes
Razors
Toilet Paper

For media information contact:
Pamela Anderson at 417.334.9253 or pamela.anderson@centurylink.com

Jesus Was Homeless donation information contact: 
Amy Stallings at 417.335.0266 or amy@jesuswashomeless.org

Christian Action Ministries donation information contact:
Pat Davis at 417-334-1157 or director@christianactionministries.org

Together we can make a difference in the lives of people who rely on Jesus Was Homeless and Christian Action Ministries for emergency assistance.

 

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