WED 12/30 - LeaguePodcast and GeekBeat Radio #CHIPTUNE Holiday Feels Party at MIDDLE EAST UPSTAIRS

  • Middle East Upstairs 472 Massachusetts Ave Cambridge, MA 02139 USA

League of Ordinary Gentlemen Comic Book Podcast - leaguepodcast andgeekbeatradio #CHIPTUNE Holiday Feels Party - GlenntaiMC facepalm,Diamond MachineSam MulliganRobotSexMusic, Pete Walsh (The Gobshites) and more - 18+ $8 Advance / $9 Day Of Show 8pm Doors

$5 with Non-Perishable Food Item Donation at Door for The Greater Boston Food Bankhttp://www.gbfb.org/how-to-help/food-drives.php

MAKE A DIRECT DONATION: http://gbfb.org/holidaymeals/
$20 provides 5 healthy holiday meals.



Food Donation Guidelines

SHORT LIST OF MOST DESIRED FOOD ITEMS:

GENERAL GUIDELINES:

For questions, contact the Food Drive Coordinator at 617.427.5200 or food_drive@gbfb.org.

Dairy: Milk - dried, evaporated, and boxed (such as Parmalat)
Protein: Beef stew, nuts, peanut butter, beans, and peas (dried or canned), chili, tuna fish, chicken, salmon (canned)
Vegetables: Tomato sauce, diced tomatoes, spaghetti sauce, vegetables (canned), tomato juice
Fruit: Raisins and other dried fruit, applesauce, any canned fruit in its own juice
Grains: Crackers, oatmeal, whole grain rice, all types of pasta, ready to eat low sugar/high fiber cereal (Cheerios, Raisin Bran, etc.)
We accept all non-perishable (not frozen or refrigerated), sealed, unexpired food
We also accept unopened toiletries (shampoo, soap, shaving cream, etc.) that should be kept separate from any food donation
We prefer non-glass containers for the safety of our volunteers
We cannot accept baby food or pet food from a food drive
For drives totaling 400 pounds or more (approximately 20 boxes or bags), GBFB will coordinate a pickup of food from your business.
Smaller donations of non-perishable product can be made in person at our warehouse at 70 South Bay Ave., Monday-Friday 8:30am-3:00pm, or Saturday 9:00am-12:00pm
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Food For Thought

In eastern Massachusetts, nearly a third of families in need say their children aren't eating enough because they can't afford sufficient food.