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Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service Winter Food Drive

January 21, 2021 - February 25, 2021

“People Helping People” is the principle foundation of our core values at CommonWealth One and the cornerstone of the credit union movement. This philosophy has shaped the way we do business, from the products and services we offer you and the financial education programs we institute.

Annually, we honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. through a day of service to support to those in need within our community. This year, we are hosting a winter food drive.

Now through February 25, we’re asking you to team up with us to raise $5,000 in our MLK Jr. Day of Service Winter Food Drive. All proceeds will benefit food banks in the greater Washington D.C. area through the Capital Area Food Bank and in the Harrisonburg area through Mercy House. You can make a monetary donation by using the link below.

 

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In addition to monetary donations, we will also be collecting non-perishable food items at designated branches. We invite you to drop off your donations at the branch locations noted below now through February 25, 2021. Please review the information below for a complete list of items we will be collecting and their drop-off points.

 

Drop Off Locations

Main Branch
4875 Eisenhower Avenue
Alexandria, VA 22304
Harrisonburg Regional Branch
42 Terri Drive
Harrisonburg, VA 22802
Richmond Highway Branch
6201 Richmond Highway
Alexandria, VA 22303

Non-Perishable Food Items (High Fiber, Low Sugar, Low Sodium)

Canned Vegetables
(low sodium, no salt added)
Grains
(brown and white rice, pasta, macaroni and cheese)
Canned or Dry Beans
Canned Fish
(tuna, salmon, or chicken)
Hot and Cold Cereal
(oatmeal, cheerios, cornflakes, raisin bran)
100% Juice
(all sizes, including juice boxes)
Canned Fruits
(in light syrup or its own juices)
Healthy Snacks
(raisins, granola bars)
Peanut Butter

 

Every ONE can make a difference.

We thank you for teaming up with The ONE!

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