This year, donate cash to Stamp Out Hunger
Normally, local food banks and church shelves around the country would be well-stocked this time of year, having benefited from the 70 million-plus pounds of food received from the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive, held in May for the past 27 years.
But 2020 is anything but normal.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, May came and went without this year’s food drive because Letter Carriers aren’t yet able to safely collect and distribute food. The NALC still plans to schedule the 28th annual Stamp Out Hunger food drive when it is safe to do so. But until then, with millions of Americans out of work or having reduced work hours, the need for food assistance is more urgent than ever.
That’s why the NALC, AFL-CIO and other unions want to give everyone the opportunity to continue to help meet that need. The timing is key, because winter holiday and spring donations have dwindled from food pantries and homeless shelters, and school meal programs are not available in summer.
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