Rockin for the Hungry Drive is a drive to tackle food insecurity in Washtenaw County. Its aimed at tackling the yew's health and the poverty crisis

Rockin for the Hungry Drive is a drive to tackle food insecurity in Washtenaw County. Its aimed at t ...

Farmers, ann arbors 107one and Kroger are all fighting to stop the hunger in Washtenaw this holiday season.

The 2021 Rockin' for the Hungry fundraising will benefit neighbors facing food insecurity during the food and fund drive - much like this, aiming to raise almost 1 million meals for Washtenaw County residents.

Our radio personality will host the virtual 5-day show on Giving Tuesday from 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 30 through Dec. 4th. Members can listen to 107.1 FM and hear interviews with food Gatherers staff, community leaders and partners, and discuss the drive.

According to a grant of $5 to those who are buried at age 30, you can receive 30 meals in our county.

The economy could continue to collapse but many residents now rely on Food Gatherers and the network of programs to make ends meet, says one. The pandemic has brought the hunger rising. Many of our neighbors are waiting for food banks to provide us with nutritious food and food pantries, all year long, said Eileen Spring, president and CEO of Food Gatherers, in a news release. The pandemic opened up a storm of power and a lot of people in need of food and food chains, and so we

The drive includes an in-person component, the Food Gatherers staff and volunteers collecting donations of nonperishable food and funds from 10 to 4 Dec. 4, with the Kroger store on Maple, Whittaker and Plymouth.

Ann arbor's 107one will hold a silent auction for the music, which can be purchased online at the event.

Spending, the proceeds for the fundraising by phone, at at (734) 606-0753 or cash by Check made payable to Food Gatherers, 1 Carrot Way, Ann Arbor, MI 48105 (include Rockin' the Hungry in the memo line).

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