DOYLESTOWN, PA — A free contactless shredding event and food drive will be held Sept. 26 at Groveland Elementary School in Doylestown. The event, sponsored by Sen. Santarsiero and Rep. Ullman, will be held from 10 a.m. to noon that day.
Here's what you can shred:
Here are the kinds of food needed:
canned chicken, tuna, or salmon
canned fruit and vegetables
Groveland Elementary is located at 1100 N. Easton Road, Doylestown.
Patch has partnered with Feeding America to help raise awareness on behalf of the millions of Americans facing hunger. Feeding America, which supports 200 food banks across the country, estimates that in 2020, more than 54 million Americans will not have enough nutritious food to eat due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. This is a Patch social good project; Feeding America receives 100 percent of donations. Find out how you can donate in your community or find a food pantry near you.