Local Businesses Donate Food to Help Feed the Hungry

Three local businesses are teaming up to help feed the hungry this holiday season.

Posted: Dec 11, 2017 7:29 AM
Updated: Dec 11, 2017 10:39 AM

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore.-- Three local businesses are teaming up to help feed the hungry this holiday season.

The Grange Co-op and Wong Potatoes in Klamath Falls are donating a truckload of potatoes to food banks in Jackson, Josephine and Klamath counties.

Central Point's Rogue Creamery is joining the effort by donating 300 pounds of cheese.

The Grange Co-op says its employees also donated 3,394 food items during its annual employee food drive.

The co-op is matching the donations bringing the toal number up to 6,786.

Potatoes and cheese will be delivered on December 20th, to the following locations:

· Klamath County: Klamath/Lake Counties Food Bank and the Klamath Falls Gospel Rescue Mission

· Josephine County: Josephine County Food Bank and the Grants Pass Gospel Rescue Mission

· Medford: ACCESS Food Pantry Network, St. Vincent de Paul, and Medford Gospel Rescue Mission

· Ashland: Ashland Emergency Food Bank

· Coos Bay: Salvation Army

· Yuba City: Yuba-Sutter Food Bank

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