Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive Returns after Two-Year Hiatus

After two years the National Association of Letter Carriers “Stamp Out Hunger” food drive is back and happening on Saturday, May 14.

Greenwich residents are invited to leave a bag of non-perishable foods by their mailbox on the morning of Saturday, May 14.

Letter carriers will pick up the bags during their route and deliver them to the food pantry that same day.

Neighbor to Neighbor is currently providing weekly food assistance to over 500 Greenwich households. Rising food and energy prices continue to challenge residents.

This is the biggest food drive of the year for Neighbor to Neighbor, and they are grateful to have the Stamp Out Hunger food drive back after the two-year hiatus.

There is also an online option for residents who will not be able to participate in the food drive on May 14.

The GiveHealthy platform allows donors to donate fresh produce, milk, and eggs to the food pantry.

The online food drive offers a wonderful balance to the physical food drive.