Delaware County Announces Holiday Food Drives to Assist Residents in Need

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Released: November 13, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the County will not be holding its traditional annual food drive. The County has modified its approach to still meet the critical need to help the community. Food insecurity impacts the Delaware County community, and the pandemic has worsened the situation. It’s important that we help our neighbors in need.

The County has conducted eight drive thru-food collections since May and is planning four more to help provide nutritious food to our community.

Residents are invited to donate and support the County’s Food Drives on Nov. 14 and Dec. 5. Food collected will be distributed to food pantries across the county.

Delaware County Holiday Food Drives:

NOVEMBER 14th
9:00am to 11:30am

Garnet Valley Middle School (601 Smithbridge Rd., Glen Mills, PA)

NOVEMBER 14th
1pm to 3:30pm

Ridley High School (901 Morton Ave., Folsom, PA)

DECEMBER 5, 2020
9am to 11:30am

Haverford Township Municipal Building (1014 Darby Rd Havertown, PA)

DECEMBER 5, 2020
1pm to 3:30pm

Radnor Police Department (301 Iven Avenue, Wayne, PA)



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