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The Face of Hunger
2012 Governor’s State Employee Food Drive Challenge
January 30 – March 2, 2012
“I have never seen the demand for emergency food this high,” said Rachel Bristol, CEO, Oregon Food Bank. “Joblessness is taking a tremendous toll on our families.”
Oregon families are experiencing the pain of hunger at an unprecedented level. Please help by joining state employees and universities across Oregon in supporting this year’s food drive.
How to help
Donate food at one of the barrel locations.
Encourage your office and colleagues to participate.
Make a cash donation. Checks payable to the Oregon Food Bank can be delivered to Amy Ross, President’s Office, 341 CH.
Attend a PSU basketball game on February 25. Bring 3 or more non-perishable items and receive a free general admission ticket. PSU women play at 1 p.m., men play at 7 p.m., Peter W. Stott Center.
Bring a brown bag lunch from home and donate the usual cost of a purchased lunch to the Oregon Food Bank. Event date TBA.
- Your $10 donation is the equivalent to about 30 meals.
- 94% of every dollar donated supports food and education programs.
- In an average month, an estimated 260,000 people in Oregon ate meals from emergency food boxes during the past year. Of those, almost 86,000 were children.