Newsletter May 2012

NALC-National Association of Letter Carriers
STAMP OUT HUNGER 20th Anniversary Food Drive Success!

Community Action team members and volunteers were busy working at the OC Food Bank until late in the evening this past Saturday, May 12th. Imagine two Semis and 20 Bobtail trucks full of food that local letter carriers gathered that day!  Over 222,000  pounds of non-perishable food was unloaded, sorted and organized.

Four hundred local non-profit agencies picked up food from the OC Food Bank. Because of the generous support of our local communities, the pantries are now able to better serve their community.  #communityaction

   

 

NALC Stamp Out Hunger Kick Off Event Tuesday, May 8th 2012

The NALC kicked off “Stamp Out Hunger” last Tuesday at the Eagle Community Credit Union (Eagle CU) in Lake Forest.  Local politicians, NALC leadership, Orange County non-profit agencies, food bank directors, and community members celebrated the anticipated success of the nation’s largest food drive.  The  fabulous event was planned by the team at Eagle CU.  Eagle CU President Bill Birnie spoke along with many other leaders whose dedication and commitment to this food drive is valued and admired.


Pictured together:
Mayor Kathryn McCullough of Lake Forest
Eagle Community Credit Union President, Bill Birnie
Executive Director of the Community Action Partnership of Orange County, Clarence “Buddy” Ray
OC Food Bank Director, Mark Lowry
NALC Region 1 Food Drive Coordinator, Paula Miller
The names of the Eagle team members are (from left to right): Lynne Westbury, Andrea Alcala-Reyes,
Robin Wiessner, Carol Rosas, David Ward, and Alex Tellez

 

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