A Wild Toyota Food Drive | Rudy Luther Toyota in Minneapolis
This community is important to us. We pride ourselves in able to be part of a community that is so helpful and giving to others. That is why we are inviting you to help us! We have partnered with the Minnesota Wild to help Twin Cities residents in need.
On Saturday, November 21, Second Harvest Heartland volunteers will be collecting non-perishable food items and monetary donations at all gates from 5:30 p.m. until the middle of the first period at the Wild game.
On November 30th, Toyota will be providing vehicles to deliver the donated food items to the Second Harvest Heartland’s Maplewood warehouse.
What is that?
Second Heartland Harvest is more than just a foodbank. They procure food from a variety of sources. From farmers, to food manufacturers, and with the help of food drives like this one, they are able to be one of the largest, most efficient food banks in the U.S.! They distribute enough food for more than 74 million meals annually, and at no point is food quality ever compromised.
From school programs and food pantries, to soup kitchens and other organizations, food dispersed as needed throughout the community. One dollar can provide three meals.
What can you do?
Just bring yourself and non-perishable items or a monetary donation. Anything will help; no one should have to be hungry.
We want to make sure you are safe and ready for whatever comes your way this winter. Be sure to visit our service department to ensure all is good under the hood before this winter.