Stamp Out Hunger Raises Over 60,000 Pounds of Food for Neighbor to Neighbor


The Annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive on May 11, raised over 60,000 pounds of non-perishable foods for Neighbor to Neighbor.

The nation-wide food drive, organized by the National Association of Letter Carriers, helps fill the shelves of food banks and food pantries.

Neighbor to Neighbor recognizes the commitment and dedication of the Greenwich Letter carriers who worked hard to collect and deliver the donations in a timely manner. This drive would not have been possible without their support.

This drive will enable Neighbor to Neighbor to fully restock and prepare for the quick
turnover that the summer months bring. Neighbor to Neighbor is currently serving over 575 Greenwich households a week and every donation is crucial to ensure that neighbors in need are taken care of.

“We are blown away by the outcome of the Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. Thank you to everyone who contributed or volunteered to ensure that this drive was a success. And a special thank you to the Greenwich Letter Carriers whose efforts will guarantee that Greenwich residents in need will have access to food,” said Neighbor to Neighbor, Executive Director, K. Brent Hill in a release.

Neighbor to Neighbor remains committed to serving those in need with dignity and respect. For more information about the nonprofit, click here.