Fans are encouraged to bring non-perishable items or cash donations with them to CenturyLink Field. Volunteers will be stationed at all gates and in Touchdown City to collect donations.
It’s a time of harvest, and sharing with those less fortunate. Help stop hunger in Puget Sound by giving to one of these food drives.
Curves Health Clubs and Fitness for Women is kicking off their 2012 annual food drive to help re-fill local food bank pantries. Plus they are offering a nationwide no cost sign up for new Curves members.
During Lent, Seattle has activities including a Friday fish fry, concerts, craft activities and ways for you to give back to the community. Here are some of our favorites.
According to the Seattle Times, the families of the four Lakewood police officers slain two years ago are hosting a Food Drive in their memory on Tuesday, November 29.
Thanksgiving is a difficult time of year for those in need. This year, many Puget Sound locations are offering incentives for non-perishable items headed for local food banks. Help make someone’s holidays a little brighter this year. Here are some of our favorite food drives.