“Stuff The Bus” Thanksgiving Food Drive Is At Suburban Plaza In Newark Today

DART today announced their 20 years of partnering with the Food Bank of Delaware for the annual “Stuff The Bus” Thanksgiving Food Drive. In celebration of its 20th anniversary, DART’s goal is to collect 20 tons of non-perishable food for Delawareans in need of food assistance. We need the public’s help to achieve our goal.

The “Stuff The Bus” food drive starts on Monday, November 6, ending on Saturday, November 11. New this year, we’ll be at the Acme in Rehoboth on Monday, November 6 and the Acme in Middletown on Saturday, November 11. The public is invited to stop by the bus at any of the seven collection sites with their nonperishable food donations to help “Stuff The Bus”.
The Food Bank of Delaware is a nonprofit agency committed to ending hunger in Delaware. According to the Food Bank, annually 1 in 8 people in Delaware rely on the Food Bank’s partners and programs for food assistance and 25% are children.

“Stuff The Bus” will be collecting food at seven sites throughout the State. The site locations, collection dates, and times are:

Saturday, November 11: Acme, Suburban Plaza, 100 Suburban Dr., Newark AND Acme, 460 E. Main St., Middletown, 9 AM – 3 PM

As part of our 20th anniversary celebration, we will have live radio broadcasts; come out to meet the stations’ deejays on:

Delaware 105.9 from 11 AM – 1 PM and The Vault 103.5 & Power 101.7 1 PM – 3 PM

Saturday, November 11: Acme in Middletown – WJBR from 11 AM – 1 PM

Other “Stuff The Bus” satellite drop off sites for your convenience, donations will be collected from October 26 to November 9:
All DMV Offices:
Delaware City – 2101 Mid-County Dr.
Dover – 303 Transportation Circle
Georgetown – 23737 DuPont Blvd.
Wilmington – 2230 Hessler Blvd.
The Voice Radio Network – 20254 DuPont Blvd., Georgetown

DART also encourages the public to donate directly to the Food Bank of Delaware if they are unable to visit any of the “Stuff The Bus” collection sites. For more information on donating food, contact the Food Bank at 302-292-1305, or visit their website at www.FBD.org.

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