Rochester Crusaders team up with FOODLINK to fight hunger

The Rochester Crusaders will be running a food drive February 14 from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. and February 15 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Crusaders volunteers will be available to help fight hunger during the above times at McQuaid High School, located at 1800 South Clinton Avenue in Rochester. Look for the corps’ semi-trailer in front of McQuaid. People are asked to drive through to drop off items listed below. Also, feel free to take a moment to check out the Rochester Crusaders, who will be rehearsing both days inside the school.

FOODLINK is a regional food bank established to reduce hunger by providing food, resources, information and education. Each year FOODLINK distributes more than 7 million pounds of food to people in need throughout Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, Allegany, Genesee, Livingston, Seneca, Wayne, Wyoming and Yates Counties. February is Check Out for Hunger month for FOODLINK. Come check out the Crusaders as you check out for hunger on February 14 and 15!


Food Items:
Peanut butter
Canned Tuna Fish
Canned Fruit
Canned Meats
Canned Vegetables
Pancake Mix
Dry/Powered Milk
Evaporated Milk Rice
100% Canned or Dry Juice
Canned beans
Canned Soup
Macaroni & Cheese

Please note that the organization cannot accept items in glass containers, perishable food items, home canned items, or baked goods.

Non-Food Items:
Paper Towels
Paper Napkins
Feminine Hygiene Products
Toilet Paper
Personal Care Items

For more information, please contact the Rochester Crusaders: David Hobart at (585) 899-9176 or Gary Goldstein at (585) 458-5796. For more information on FOODLINK, call (585) 328-3380.

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