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PCC Food Bank Program — 2013 update

Thank you for helping the hungry

Since 1988, PCC has used cash donations from shoppers to purchase nutritious bulk food at wholesale prices to feed the hungry in neighborhoods served by PCC. Volunteers from the community repackage the bulk food, making the program a great example of neighbor helping neighbor.

The PCC Food Bank Program had another successful year in 2013. The program raised $138,386 which supported 10 local food banks by purchasing 71,965 pounds of bulk food. More than 900 volunteers pitched in to help repackage the food.

Food bank work parties

Join volunteers for two-hour work parties to support the PCC Food Bank Program. Volunteers repackage bulk food — purchased with cash donated by PCC shoppers — into portions for distribution through 11 local food banks.

For packaging dates and locations, visit our 2014 packaging schedule or contact PCC Community Relations at 206-547-1222 or

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Food Bank work parties

Join volunteers for two-hour work parties to support the PCC Food Bank Program. Volunteers repackage bulk food — purchased with cash donated by PCC shoppers — into portions for distribution through ten local food banks. Get involved

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