HAPPENING NOW: Kiwanis food drive to help your neighbors

We stopped by two of the stores where Kiwanis and Key Club volunteers are collecting food until 3 pm:

At West Seattle Thriftway (California/Fauntleroy/Morgan; WSB sponsor), we found, from left, Chief Sealth International High School Key Club members Ariana, Cameron, and Johnny were there with Kiwanis’s Shari Sewell and West Niver. Then at PCC Natural Markets-West Seattle (California/Stevens; WSB sponsor):

In our photo, Rosemary and Hana from the Key Club at West Seattle High School (right across the street!). The Kiwanis’s third location is the Junction QFC (42nd/Alaska). Your nonperishable food donations matter more than ever right now – while there are food drives aplenty at some times of year, especially the winter holidays, the need is great year-round.

P.S. Separate from the Kiwanis food drive but toward the same goal – making sure fewer people are hungry – the West Seattle Food Bank has volunteers at Metropolitan Market (41st/42nd/Admiral; WSB sponsor) until 3 pm, too.

2 Replies to "HAPPENING NOW: Kiwanis food drive to help your neighbors"

  • Oakley34 April 11, 2015 (2:19 pm)

    Saw them collecting at QFC. I didn’t realize it was the Kiwanis collecting as they didn’t draw any attention at all to who they were. Such an awesome organization. Their only agenda is doing good.

  • Judy Banks April 12, 2015 (8:11 am)

    We saw the girls collecting at PCC. WSHS has some great students. Of course we made a donation!

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