The Du Bois-Diggs Sociological Society of the Department of Sociology & Anthropology is organizing a Thanksgiving Food Drive. We are donating to the Bea Gaddy Family Center, a community-based nonprofit organization that assists and provides food to needy families throughout the Greater Baltimore Metropolitan area and throughout Maryland. The center has requested: canned corn (No. 10 size cans preferred), green beans, sweet potatoes, instant stuffing, instant mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, turkey gravy, coffee, chicken seasoning, and salt pepper. The center also needs these supplies: large and small aluminum pans, can openers, hair nets, gloves, plastic aprons, 45 gal. trash bag, clear trash bags, and t-shirt bags. All items listed will be shown on the flyer.
We are placing 10 designated boxes around the MSU campus to collect items. They will be available for donations until November 17th, 2019.
The distribution day (taking all food to Bea Gaddy Family Center) will be on Tuesday, November 19th, 2019.
To receive more donations, we are collaborating with the Notre Dame of Maryland University Campus Activities Board. They will be collecting items with us, and will meet us at the center on distribution day. You can reach them at CAB@ndm.edu.
Thank you in advance for spreading the word and/or donating to provide a warm dinner for people in need during the holidays!
Sunday, November 17, 2019
The Jenkins Building (Quad)
1700 E. Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore, MD 21251
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