Drive Away Hunger event comes to Abbotsford

The Farm Credit Canada (FCC) Drive Away Hunger Tour visits Abbotsford on Wednesday, Oct. 12.

The Farm Credit Canada (FCC) Drive Away Hunger Tour visits Abbotsford on Wednesday, Oct. 12.

The event, taking place across B.C., involves driving through communities to collect food and cash donations for food banks across the country.  FCC works with local food banks to ensure the donations go to people in need in each community.

The Abbotsford leg of the tour stops at several elementary schools – Margaret Stenersen at 9:15 a.m., Auguston at 9:30, Alexander at 10, Ten-Broeck at 10:30, Jackson at 10:45, South Poplar at 11:30 and King Traditional at 1:30 p.m.

Stops are also planned at Rosborough and Company at 11:30, and the Abbotsford Community Services’ Food Bank at 1:30 and 2:30 p.m. The public is invited to visit any of the stops to drop off a donation.

For more information, visit fcc-fac.ca.

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