WBOB's Canned Drive For 990
From September 1st - November 1st the staff has pledged to raise 990 cans all to benefit the Rhode Island Food Bank.
R.I. free media outlet is hard at work yet again for the community. The cast of 990WBOB is giving back to their neighbors and friends putting their talents to good use. This time the hard working personalities and writers are organizing a food drive to help feed local families in need.
From September 1st carrying through to November 1st the staff has pledged to raise 990 cans all to benefit the Rhode Island Food Bank.
Most-Needed Non-Perishable Food Items
Listeners and fans can donate cash online or at participating local businesses whom have pledged their support to this great cause.
Donation boxes can be found at:
Joes Barber Shop
771 Oakland Beach Ave
First Place Sports
87 Airport Rd
Park Wine & Spirits
1294 Park Ave
Prestige Dance and Fitness
1342 Douglas Ave
North Providence, RI
Shelter Arcade Bar
103 Dike St
Donate Online Here
About The Rhode Island Food Bank
Since 1982, the Rhode Island Community Food Bank has been distributing millions of pounds of food to those in need of assistance through our network of member agencies across the state.
Who the Food Bank Serves
The Rhode Island Community Food Bank distributes food to people in need through a statewide network of 160 member agencies. These agencies include food pantries, meal sites, shelters, youth programs and senior centers. Each month, 59,000 struggling Rhode Islanders receive food assistance at these agencies. One in three served is a child under the age of 18, and one in five is over the age of 60.
The Food Bank solicits food donations from the public and from the food industry, including supermarkets, food manufacturers and growers. To keep up with the high demand for food assistance, the Food Bank also purchases food at a low cost from wholesalers. Last year, the Food Bank distributed 9.2 million pounds of food.
Help Feed Those In Need