Out of the Garden Food Drive Dropoff Locations

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As we told you last week, we are organizing a food drive to benefit the Out of the Garden Project all this month.

You can drop off nonperishable food donations to our offices in Greensboro and Winston-Salem. All food will be donated to Out of the Garden to feed hungry Guilford County schoolchildren and their families. The need is great, especially at this time of the year.

Our employees have also been working with other organizations and businesses throughout the Triad to set up donation boxes to make it easy for you to donate food to Out of the Garden, no matter where you live.

In addition to our offices at 317 S. Greene St., Greensboro, and 514 S. Stratford Road, Winston-Salem, you may donate food at the following locations:

Abundant Life Church International, 2923 Pacific Ave., Greensboro

Williams Chiropractic, 3831 W Market St, Greensboro

MB-F, 620 Industrial Ave, Greensboro

Copier Specialists of the Triad

Adkins Business Products, 111 Pomona Dr, Greensboro

Sweet Josephine’s, 2209 N. Centennial St., High Point

Community One Bank at Friendly Center, 616 Green Valley Rd, Greensboro

Industries of the Blind, 914 W Lee St, Greensboro

Faithway Baptist Church, 610 E Lake Dr, Greensboro

Providence Baptist Church, 1984 Eden Rd., Stoneville

Christ Church Greensboro, 421 West Smith St., Greensboro

Crossfit Training Valley, 1001 Springwood Ave, Gibsonville

All Star Copying & Printing, 101 S Elm St # 220, Greensboro

Le Salon, 1707 Sykes St., Burlington 

New Covenant Fellowship Church, 1913 Rogers Road, Graham 

Salyer Chiropractic, 180 Brower’s Chapel Road, Asheboro

Trogdon’s Day Care, 329 Newbern Ave., Asheboro

First Steps Early Learning Center, 2511 S Fayetteville St., Asheboro

Fresh Cuts Butcher and Seafood, 1528 Zoo Parkway, Asheboro

We will continue to update this list with more donation locations.

We also want to thank New York & Co. and Lucky Brand Jeans at the Tanger Outlet Center in Mebane for participating in our Out of the Garden food drive. Their employees will be collecting food for the organization. These stores are not public drop-off locations.

 

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