Walmart Food Drive Through Nov. 22nd!11:52 PM
I love the idea of donating food to charity, but to be honest, it's a hassle to go to the store, bring it home, and then box it up for the charity before making a drive there, too. Walmart has made it SUPER easy for families to share a bit of their blessings this year by offering an in-store donation option for non-perishable food items.
Just to show you how easy it really is, I loaded up my cranky 5-month-old and hit our local Walmart to purchase peanut butter, jelly, pasta and sauce for needy families. I am still suffering from a nasty cold, so I'm not at my peak, but the entire process was painless, and the food will go to a great cause. All in all, we purchased 10 large peanut butters, 10 squeezable jellies, 5 large pasta sauces, and 5 two-lb boxes of pasta -- for $50.10!
The event is going on until the 22nd of November, and only non-perishables will be accepted. (If you donate expensive items or a large amount of food, it might help to see the manager. They can help you with your haul.) The most needed items are:
- Canned tuna
- Canned chicken
- Canned beans (baked, garbanzo, kidney, etc.)
- Canned nuts
- Canned/boxed soup/stew
- Canned vegetables
- Canned fruits in lite syrup
- 100% juice boxes & cans
- Canned milk
- Evaporated milk
- Canned sauce & noodles
- Peanut butter & jam
You can learn more about Walmart's commitment to help communities fight hunger at their website.
*Compensation has been provided by Walmart for my time and effort to participate. Opinions are 100% my own.