NOTL Community Food Drive
On Sept. 23rd a NOTL Community Group is organizing a food drive in support of Newark Neighbours and the community members they serve through their thrift store and food bank. See below for more information about the drive.
You’ve heard in the news that there are currently over four million Canadians using foodbanks—an astonishing number. Niagara on the Lake is not exempt from the need. We have too many foodbank users to be sustained by current donations.
Dates & Times
On Saturday, September 19th from 10:00 to 2:00 p.m. volunteers will be collecting donations in the parking lot of Phil’s Valu-Mart in Virgil.
On Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020 (entitled “Newark Neighbours Day”) volunteers will be collecting from residents throughout the community; in addition, drop-offs can be delivered to the Cornerstone Community Church Town Campus (1570 Niagara Stone Road) in Virgil from 10:00 a.m., until 3:30 p.m.
List of Food Requirements
Thanksgiving Food Baskets
- Canned Ham
- Stuffing Mix (boxed) – any kind or flavour
- Cranberry sauce (canned)
- Canned gravy
- Canned peas
- Canned green beans
- Canned pineapple
- Cranberry juice (bottles)
- Apple juice (bottles)
- Cookies – any kind or flavour
General Food Bank Supplies
- Pasta Sauces – any kind or flavour
- Cake Mixes – any kind or flavour
- Jello – any flavour
- Canned Salmon
- Soap – bar or liquid
- Body Lotion
- Paper Towels
We appreciate all donations of food supplies; however, we are very well stocked on the following items:
Kraft Dinner Macaroni and Cheese Canned Tuna
Cereal (any kind or flavour) Oatmeal
Pasta Canned Tomatoes
Peanut Butter Chunky Soups (any type)
Canned corn Apple Sauce
Mr. Noodle packets Toilet Paper
Please ensure items are not past their expiration date.
Please spread the word throughout your virtual rolodex.
Finally, a heartfelt Thank You. We are all made better by the work that Newark Neighbours does.
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