In case you had the date marked on the calendar. The Annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive that is run by the National Association of Letter Carriers that was scheduled for May 9, 2020 has been postponed. This was announced by the NALC on Friday 3/27.
Stamp Out Hunger 2020
The National Association of Letter Carries notes that they are aware of the situation that is going on currently and still encoruages you to donate to your local food bank. Once the social distancing guidelines are reduced and they deem it safe for their carries they will reschedule for another date in 2020.
NALC and our national partners recognize that food assistance is a critical need for many during this difficult time, and we remain committed to helping those in need in the communities we serve across America. We look forward to once again holding the largest one-day food drive in America when it is safe to do so.
Millions of Americans donate food on the second Saturday in May every year to help fight hunger in their communities. While we may not be able to safely conduct the food drive on its traditional date, we encourage those that would participate to consider donations that may be safely made to food banks in the form of food or financial assistance. Letter carriers, our national partners, community supporters and volunteers will be prepared to Stamp Out Hunger® once again when it is safe to do so.
You can keep an eye out for updates on the NALC webpage!
If you really want to donate check out how Cindy donated her entire stockpile and did our Zero to Stockpile Challenge!