'Feed the City' Accepting Food Donations During Holidays | Community Spirit
An organization that has helped 50,000 people since 1997 is accepting donations through the holidays.
Feed the City Awareness Week is a time when individuals can donate and help support the organization, according to a news release.
Feed the City was founded by Bishop Jeff Poole of New Hope International and has grown into a community-driven organization.
On Saturday, Nov. 17, the organization will provide a Thanksgiving meal and supplies to anyone in need. That's from 8 a.m. until noon.
Donation dropoff points:
*Curves in Warner Robins• Fatz Café on Watson Boulevard in Warner Robins• Fort Valley State University• Habitat ReStore on Myrtle Street in Warner Robins• HODAC on Watson Boulevard in Warner Robins• Johnny G’s Fun Center on Russell Boulevard in Warner Robins• Lambs Well Bookstore on Margie Drive in Warner Robins• Middle Georgia Technical College in Warner Robins• New Hope International off Russell Boulevard in Fort Valley• One Main Financial on Margie Drive in Warner Robins• Panera Bread on Watson Boulevard in Warner Robins• The Bank of Perry on Lake Joy and Highway 96 Cash donations are imperative so that each family will walk away with a turkey along with theirother canned food donations. You can give $1 cash donation at these locations: • Access Loan Company on Houston Lake Boulevard in Warner Robins• Fatz Café on Watson Boulevard in Warner Robins• Lambs Well Bookstore on Margie Drive in Warner Robins• Owen’s Boarding House on Young Avenue in Warner Robins• Southern Flair Boutique on Watson Boulevard next to Target in Warner Robins• Tapatio Mexican Restaurant on Vineville Street in Fort Valley