This Wednesday and Thursday, May 13-14, the Kiwanis Club of Huntsville Muskoka will hold its inaugural Food Drive With a Difference in support of the Salvation Army Food Bank.
Club members will be on location at Bullock’s Independent and Metro to collect donations at a socially safe distance outside the store from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days.
Items needed include (those in bold are most in demand):
- Dry and canned soup
- Peanut butter and jams
- Canned fish and meats
- Juice boxes
- Canned vegetables and fruits
- Dry rice
- Kraft Dinner
- Pasta and pasta sauces
- Coffee, tea, sugar
- Powdered milk
- Infant formulas
- Infant diapers (sizes 4-6)
- Bath products & toiletries
- Feminine hygiene products
- Paper products i.e. napkins, toilet paper, tissues and paper towels
- Cash donations and grocery store gift cards accepted, too.
Locally, initiatives the Kiwanis club has supported include:
- YWCA Girlz Unplugged (Pine Glen P.S.)
- Shania Kids Can (Irwin Memorial P.S.)
- Circles program
- The Clothes Closet at HHS
- Two HHS scholarship programs
- Kiwanis Sap Run for Kids at the annual Muskoka Maple Festival
- The accessible playground at Huntsville Public School
- One Kids Place
- Huntsville Theatre Company
- Salvation Army food drives, Christmas kettles, and support of families at Christmas
For more information about the club, email email@example.com, check their Facebook page or visit huntsvillekiwanis.ca.
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