Hunger Is Not a Disease

And Now…the Drive After the Food Drive: Items of Dignity!

People needing to use a food  pantry because they don’t have enough $$$,  certainly don’t have resources for things like toothpaste, shampoo, razors, tampons, and other Items of Dignity.

There is something we can do about this little-known situation:

Hold an Items of Dignity drive.  Actually, this is easier than a food drive because everyone seems to know what an item of dignity is.

People know what food is too, but some get confused about what is a good food item for a pantry.  What about fresh produce?  Is frozen food okay? are often asked questions during a food drive.

Items of Dignity don’t get stale.  They don’t need refrigeration.

Actually, you hold an Items of Dignity drive the same way you hold a food drive:  Gather your bags together, write your letter, and put them out in front of houses in the neighborhood you choose.

For more information about holding a food drive, please check out the last two posts.  They reveal all the secrets.

When you donate these items to your chosen food pantry, the volunteers will be delighted.

If you are worried about having an Items of Dignity drive because the people may not need the items, don’t bother to worry.  Right now,  in our country, hunger reaches into all communities.  Hunger is affecting people who never thought they would ever need food.

The items you collect and donate will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you in advance for all you are doing.

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Thurman Greco

www.thurmangreco.com

www.hungerisnotadisease.com.

 

 

P.S. Please let me know how your food drive is going.

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