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3 days left in Stock the Shelves drive

Nov. 30, 2012
 

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Only three days remain until the end of this yearís Press-Gazette Media Stock the Shelves campaign, which seeks to help feed families in need.

Since beginning Oct. 14, the effort has raised about 70 percent of its $100,000 goal. This yearís donations have topped the 2011 total of $62,531 in financial contributions. The campaign ends Sunday.

Residents are encouraged to give what they can to help benefit 11 area food pantries and programs, including Paulís Pantry in Green Bay and De Pere Christian Outreach Food Pantry. The drive also seeks to collect non-perishable food items.

Press-Gazette Media is one of 10 Gannett Wisconsin Media groups part of the effort to raise a total of $610,000 to benefit more than 100 food pantries across the region.

This yearís Stock the Shelves effort was originally set to end Nov. 25. However, the initiative was extended a week to allow community members more time to get involved.

Press-Gazette Media is partnering with the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation, the J.J. Keller Foundation, Express Convenience Centers, and local credit unions to raise money for the cause.

ó cedavis@greenbaypressgazette.com and follow him on Twitter @pgcharlesdavis.

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