This year’s donations totaled 4.300 pounds in all, delivered to WSFB’s High Point HQ this morning with truck/trailer assistance from Tacoma Hydraulics.
Along with the food, Nucor and its employees donated $20,237 – which will go a long way toward helping WSFB buy even more food to help fight hunger.
You can donate to WSFB too – along with money, we asked executive director Fran Yeatts about this year’s most-needed items.
Here’s the list:
-Hams and turkeys for the holidays
-Diapers, including pull-ups for toddlers
-Food with a long shelf life, such as peanut butter and soup
-Snacks for the Backpack Program
-Plant milks including oat and almond
-Cat and dog food, preferably wet; the need for cat food is greatest