October 25, 2010
Marion-Polk Food Share to launch new campaign against hunger.
On Tuesday, November 9th, Marion-Polk Food Share will host a free event to kick-off their "Imagine No Hunger" Sustainer Campaign.
With the help of 16 volunteer councils, Marion-Polk Food Share is pushing to increase awareness of food-insecurity, and increase monthly giving to offset the cost of feeding a growing number of hungry families.
The event will be held at Mission Mill, and will feature a soup dinner. While donations are not required, those in attendance will be given an opportunity to join Marion-Polk Food Share's Sustainer Circle with a monthly gift of financial support.
Please attend this event and help Marion-Polk Food Share continue to fight hunger in the Mid-Willamette Valley!
"Imagine No Hunger" campaign kick-off event
Tuesday, November 9th, 6:30 PM
Mission Mill Museum Spinning Room
1313 Mill St. SE, Salem OR
Reservations required by October 29th
call 503.581.3855 ext. 314
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