Milton councillor calls on community for food bank donations
Published June 23, 2022 at 2:02 pm
Milton Councillor Mike Cluett recently did a call out on Twitter to encourage the community to donate to the Salvation Army.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, various local food banks have experienced a shortage on supplies.
The Salvation Army in Milton, otherwise known as the Khi Community food bank, provides food support on a monthly basis to hundreds of clients in Milton, Campbellville and Hornby and is currently in need of donations.
“The Salvation Army food bank is suffering from low supplies. Would you like to help out? Collections are going on now and we will be there at Canada Day celebrations to collect donations,” wrote Cluett on Twitter.
The Salvation Army food-bank is suffering from low supplies. Would you like to help out? Collections are going on now & we will be there at Canada Day celebrations to collect donations! DM me or @TSAMilton on how you can help! #Milton @RickDiLorenzo
— Councillor Mike Cluett (@Mike_Cluett) June 23, 2022
Donations of non-perishable food items for the food bank are always welcome and may be dropped off at the drop boxes located throughout Milton at the Superstore, A&P, Walmart Superstore and Food Basics.
Used clothing or other household items may also be dropped off at the Thrift Store located on Main St.
Cluett has also invited residents to direct message him or the Salvation Army in Milton to find out more ways to help.insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies advertising