American Tobacco Campus Holds “Replenish the Pantry” Food Drive for Durham Rescue Mission

Sergio
Sergio from General Building Maintenance at ATC delivers collected food to the truck for delivery to the Durham Rescue Mission.

Recently, the Durham Rescue Mission’s food pantry caught fire destroying most of its supply of canned and boxed food.   Being in urgent need of food donations, American Tobacco Campus sponsored a week long “Replenish the Pantry” Food Drive.  Collection barrels were placed in several American Tobacco Campus lobbies including Crowe, Strickland, the Durham Bulls and FOX 50.   

A truck load of food donations was collected from tenants and taken to this Rescue Mission and included non-perishable food items such as canned vegetables, soups and meats, jars of peanut butter and jelly, packages of grits, oatmeal, noodles, rice and pancake mix.

Collection barrel
ATC holds a drive to help the Durham Rescue Mission after a fire destroyed their food supply.
Mike Worthy & Robbie Gilmore
ATC’s Mike Worthy (left) & Robbie Gilmore proudly display the food collected.
Mike Worthy
ATC’s Mike Worthy loads the truck with generous donations from ATC tenants.
Natalie Clay
FOX 50’s Natalie Clay mans the collection barrel & the reception desk at the Durham station.

If you wish to provide food donations or financial support to the Durham Rescue Mission, donations may be dropped of or sent to the Durham Rescue Mission at 1201 E. Main Street, Durham, NC 27701.

For more information regarding the services of the Durham Rescue Mission, please visit their website at www.durhamrescuemission.org.

For More About the Fire at the Durham Rescue Mission read the WRAL.com story:

Thanks to ATC’s Valerie Ward for this capcom story.

 

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