Get a hold of Sarah by calling the Marshall County Neighborhood Center at (574) 936 - 3388 in order to plan your food drive. Sarah can give you details about what kind of foods are needed at the time of your call as well as give you a way to motivate your food drive group.
2. Pick a group.
Youth groups, companies, service organizations, and more can host their own food drive to help the MCNC food pantry. Themed food drives are also an option as the local Plymouth Wythogan Toastmasters group did. To learn about this great idea, read about the Toastmaster's food drive.
3. Pick your dates and start up!
A food drive can last one week or last months. Pick the dates that are best for your food drive and make sure to tell Sarah when your food will be dropped off. This effort will mean so much to many Marshall County families in need for food.