Palm Beach County Food Project August Results

Thank you for all who contributed to our August 9th pick up hosted in the Island of Abacoa’s Clubhouse. Martinique was joined by The Island, Mallory Creek and the Heights totaling 3,195 lbs of food in 213 green bags!

August 9, 2014 Palm Beach County Food Project
August 9, 2014
Palm Beach County Food Project
Teens working community service hours sorting, boxing &  loading the truck!  Have a high school student needing volunteer hours?  Contact: info@pbccan.org
Teens working community service hours sorting, boxing & loading the truck!
Have a high school student needing volunteer hours?

It’s Easy To Help!

Step 1: Every two months we give you a Green Bag, which you keep in your pantry to store the food items you want to donate.

Step 2: Each week, when you go shopping, you buy one extra non-perishable item – something you would like to share with a needy neighbor, like a box of cereal, pasta, or a can of soup.

Step 3: For the next two months store all additional food items you want to donate in the Green Bag in your pantry and keep adding to your supply.

Step 4: Every other month, on the second Saturday (Feb., April, June, Aug., Oct. and Dec.), a PBC Food Project volunteer, who lives in your neighborhood, will come to your door and pick up your Green Bag and leave you another one with a thank you card informing you of the next pick up date.

Step 5: Then, the collected food will be delivered to chosen food pantries for immediate distribution. All donated food will stay in Palm Beach County.

Step 6: Volunteer to be the Neighborhood Coordinator for your street and help us to pick up the green bags! It’s only six times per year!

It’s that Easy! All you have to do is say “YES” and become a Food Donor or Neighborhood Coordinator.

Please email: info@pbccan.org with your name & address and we will drop a green bag on your porch to get started!  Next pick up date will be Sat. October 11, 2014.

More Info: www.pbccan.org