Letter Carriers Union hosts 25th annual Food Drive on Saturday, May 13
Millions of Americans live from one day to the next uncertain where their next meal will come from. This sad statistic reinforces the importance of the National Association of Letter Carriers’ annual national Stamp Out Hunger® Food Drive, held the second Saturday of each May. This year’s event will be held Saturday, May 13, 2017. Continue reading
Take action now through June 11
A message from the LA County Federation of Labor:
Sisters & Brothers, Labor Community Services needs our help!
The National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC), Branch 24 collected over a million pounds of food (yes, you read it correctly 1 MILLION), during this year’s annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive on May 14. Now we need people to help us sort.
We need to get all this food to our union families and community pantries. This is a call to action! We’re asking local unions to adopt-a-day or send volunteers any day from today until June 11. Your help will be greatly appreciated!
To volunteer as a group with Local 47 members, please contact Communications Director Linda Rapka at 323.240.1849 or email email@example.com. You may also register online at laborcommunityservicesla.org.
On May 14, members of the National Association of Letter Carriers will lead the country’s annual largest single-day food drive to help fight hunger in America! This year, we have the opportunity to break the Guinness World Record of 559,885 pounds set in 2011.
Our goal is to not only break that record, but to collect over one million pounds, which means we need your help! Every year, 21 million children go hungry, and through your contribution and assistance we have the power to change that.
For nearly 25 years, Labor Community Services and United Way of Greater Los Angeles have been at the forefront of collecting food and bringing out volunteers. Be part of history by registering your group or yourself to volunteer and contribute to the 2016 Food Drive by clicking here.