On Saturday, May 12, 2018, the Letter Carriers’ Food Drive celebrates its 26th year helping the hungry through the Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. The National Association of Letter Carriers’ Food Drive will once again spread out across San Luis Obispo County to help provide assistance to residents who are struggling with hunger.
Since the nation’s largest single-day food drive began in 1993, letter carriers—ably assisted by untold thousands of family members, friends and other volunteers—have collected more than 1.5 billion pounds of non-perishable food left by customers’ mailboxes and delivered to local food banks in more than 10,000 cities and towns.
You can help the Food Bank "Stamp Out Hunger" in our community by signing up for a 2 hour volunteer shift at our warehouse or at a local post office in your area.
Volunteers are needed to help inspect, organize and sort non-perishable food donations as they are being delivered to the warehouse and post offices county wide. This is a great weekend opportunity for service groups, businesses, and individuals.
Please click here to sign up for a volunteer shift at the SLO Food Bank warehouse, or below to help at a local post office.
To learn more visit their website: www.nalc.org/community-service/food-drive
Our mission is to work with a network of community partners to alleviate hunger in San Luis Obispo County and build a healthier community.