Stuff the Truck collecting donations for Comox Valley Food Bank
98.9 The Goat FM's Big Ginger, TysonLW, food bank volunteer Judy Clarke, and James Wood are pictured at the Stuff the Truck set up outside Thifty Foods on December 3rd, 2018. Photo by Allison Mandzuk/98.9 The Goat/Vista Radio
COURTENAY, B.C. – The donations are pouring in as residents stuff the truck at Thrifty Foods in Courtenay.
98.9 The Goat FM has teamed up with Clark’s Household Moving, Thrifty Foods and the Comox Valley Food Bank to collect donations for the bank.
Food items can be dropped off at the Thrifty Foods on 17th Avenue and Cliffe Avenue, with the goal being to fill a Clark’s Household Moving truck.
98.9 The Goat FM will be on location every day this week, until Friday Dec. 7th from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. collecting donations.
Businesses can also make a corporate donation by purchasing a pallet of food to go towards the food bank. For more details, visit this link.
Pallets sold so far include:
- Bennett Sheet Metal & Heating
- Comox Valley Nissan
- Island Truss Ltd.
- Acreview Dental (2 pallets)
- Puntledge Veterinary Clinic (2 pallets)
- Local’s From the Heart of the Island (2 pallets)
- Driftwood Dental
- Brian McLean Chevrolet Buick GMC
- 21 Degrees Mechanical Ltd.
- Pat Bell Construction
- Monterra West Homes (4 pallets)
- Robert George
- Waters Electric
- DW Kabinett Installations Ltd.
- Fitness Etc.
- RW Networks
- Shoreline Orthodontics
- CV Marine
- Dependable Lawn Care
- First Credit Union & Insurance
- Searles Shoes (2 pallets)
- Kinsmen Club
- UB Dive Shop
- Jamie Edwards
- Comox Fire Rescue
- Thrifty Foods (2 pallets)
- Searoam Marine Services
- Hyland Precast (2 pallets)
- Signature West Floors
- Cumberland Ready Mix (2 pallets)
Cash donations are also being accepted.