Looking for a meaningful way to take action and a great opportunity to get involved? Organize a food drive! Food drives and fund drives raise awareness of hunger in the community, collect food for people in need, and play an essential role in the fight against hunger. You can hold a drive at your child’s school, your family’s church, your place of employment, a grocery store, and a restaurant to name some options. It’s a great way to volunteer and make a difference in the community. Click here to download our Food and Fund Drive Coordinator’s Kit & Registration Form.
Did you know that each year, United Way of Pierce County partners with Pierce County schools to recognize and reward students for their volunteer efforts in the community? For more information, please contact Bethany Opstedal at (253) 597-6685 or email@example.com or click “here” for more information.
Please contact Stephanie Genton at 253-584-1040 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like more information or if you’d like to sign up to volunteer.
Current Food Drives
US Bank All year long!
3130 S 23rd St, Tacoma 98405
Pierce County READS March 18 – May 20 Pierce County Library System Bring you non-perishable food donations to all Pierce County Library locations. Visit the Pierce County READS website for more information.
Fighting off the Hunger with Fitness May 18
Steilacoom Community Center 2301 Worthington St 98388
Bunce Rental, Inc. June 1 – July 1
4516 South Tacoma Way, Tacoma 98409
1812 E. Main St, Puyallup 98372
16314 Meridian E., Puyallup 98373
13621 Pacific Ave, Tacoma 98444
American Party Place 4522 South Tacoma Way, Tacoma 98409
American Medical Rental and Supply 4358 S. Washington St, Tacoma 98409
Franciscan Health System April15 – May 10
1149 Market St, Tacoma 98402
Saars Marketplace April 27
6111 Lakewood Town Center, Lakewood 98499
Relay for Life April 16 – June 15
Mt. Tahoma HighSchool
4634 S 74th St, Tacoma, WA 98409
Praise Covenant Church
3501 S. Orchard St, Tacoma