Stamp Out Hunger!!!!! | Community Spirit
Each day I will write about something that a person can do to help others. I want to show that we can help others without having a lot of money or time. I feel strongly that we all have something that we can offer. The things that I write about will usually not take up much time or require large donations. I love the daily Ways To Save. This can be a Ways To Give.
Action: Put a bag of food at your mailbox
Time Needed: Only time to collect the food and walk to your mailbox
Requirements: Look in your pantry
I have worked for the US Postal Service for l7 years. I am very proud of what our letter carriers do to “Stamp Out Hunger”. This great effort has been going on for the last 20 years. This is a national cause that all American’s can be proud of because without you there would not be a food drive. If you get delivery at your house all you need to do is put out a bag of food and on Saturday May 12th Carriers and volunteers will pick up the food and donate it to feed the hungry in the United States. If your mailing address is a Post Office box, drop off a bag of food at the office and “us” friendly clerks will make sure it gets to where it needs to go. In our lifetime we don’t if one day we might need a helping hand, so if you can donate even a can of food please do. One day it might be a family member who needs that helping hand and the NALC and all its volunteers will be there to hold that hand
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