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Hyattsville Giant Collects More Than 7K Pounds of Food for Charity

Four area Giant Food stores collected more than 62,800 pounds of food for the Capital Area Food Bank during the annual Stuff-A-Truck event.

Thousands of pounds of food were collected at as part of the Capital Area Food Bank’s annual Stuff-A-Truck outreach.

Participants at the Hyattsville location collected 7,090 pounds of food, according to a Giant press release.

Giant Food of Landover, with WTTG Fox 5 and CBS Radio Stations WPGC 95.5, 106.7 The Fan, 94.7 Fresh, and 99.1 El Zol, hosted the tenth Stuff-A-Truck food drive on Dec. 2 at four area locations.

More than 62,800 pounds of food and $127,805 in monetary donations were collected. This was the highest and second highest year in gross total food donations benefiting the Capital Area Food Bank.

FRANCINE ABELL (ROCKELLI) December 17, 2011 at 07:00 PM
I don't know why Giant selected this area. This area is not where people can truly afford to give - but they do. I live here, I know. Giant would do more people, more good, if they parked a truck in Mitchellvile or Largo. Where the county's highest net income resides! (Giant you can DROP off a delivery back here in Hyattsville. I, for one, would be truly greatful!) This, once again, proves people who don't have it, are kind in remembering those who are worse off then themselves.
Danny December 18, 2011 at 02:03 PM
many of us in this area -- hyattsville, university park, college park, etc. -- can indeed truly afford to give, and many do give generously. there are plenty of needy people in largo, and plenty of well-off people in hyattsville.

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