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City Calls on Residents to Donate Food for the Hungry

Eastside Concern for the Hungry food drive starts up later this month.

Editor's note: The following is taken directly from the City of Kirkland's website:

It’s that time of year again! Time to show Kirkland’s sense of community and concern for the hungry. Please help your neighbors and friends fill local food bank shelves to feed Eastside families in need. This year, Kirkland volunteers will be collecting food at neighborhood grocery stores Saturday, September 15 and Saturday, September 29 (10am to 4pm). Volunteers are needed at various collection sites in Kirkland. Shifts available are: 9:45am-12:00pm or 11:45am-2:00pm or 1:45pm-4:15pm. 

Please help by signing up for a shift – or two! Select the grocery store of your choice – on the list below. Bring a child - share the feeling of giving back to your community.  Just click on the link and select the shift(s) you want to cover. Your pledge of support is greatly appreciated. 

Click on the name of the store below to go to the sign up list:

Fred Meyers

Juanita Albertsons

Metropolitan Market

PCC

QFC Parkplace

QFC Inglemoor

Red Apple

Safeway Juanita

Safeway Evergreen Hill

Safeway Rose Hill

You can also participate by dropping food off at Kirkland City Hall or Peter Kirk Community Center during the Month of Concern.
For more information, contact Kari Page, Neighborhood Outreach Coordinator at 425-587-3011 or email KPage@kirklandwa.gov.

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