Be the Hero. Fight Hunger.

Join the fight the March!
This March, Channel One Supplement Food shelf is challenging businesses, faith communities, schools, and other organizations to “Be a Hero and Fight Hunger.”  With nearly 12,600 food insecure people living in Olmsted County we need your help to end hunger in our community.  Minnesota FoodShare is a state-wide food and fund drive Channel One participates in each year during the month of March.  During this month long effort, people participate in food and fund drives where they work, through service clubs, schools, and places of worship.  The more food and funds that Channel One collects during March, the greater our allocation will be from the Minnesota Food Share statewide incentive funds.  To help meet the need at our local Channel One Supplemental Food Shelf, our goal for 2015 is to raise $225,000 and 225,000 pounds of food during the month of March. 

We want to help make your campaign a success. In order for us to help support your efforts and accurately track our FoodShare results, we ask that you please enroll your campaign by filling out the March FoodShare Enrollment Form and requesting any available resource materials (including barrels, posters, stickers, and envelopes).

To learn more about Minnesota Food Share visit: mmfoodshare.gmcc.org

 

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