Rising Tide Campaign – MD and DE Food Banks
We’re lifting up Delmarva with the Rising Tide campaign.
Owner of Sherwood of Salisbury Automotive Group, Bruce Rogers, along with Managing Director of the Maryland Food Bank – Eastern Shore, Jennifer Small, join us to tell us all about this upcoming food drive.
The MD and DE Food Banks are collecting the following items:
- Canned Proteins: Tuna, chicken, peanut butter, beans
- Grains: Cereal, pasta, rice, macaroni and cheese, oatmeal, granola/cereal bars
- Canned Fruit/Vegetables: In light syrup or own juices, fruit cocktail, apple sauce, juice boxes, fruit cocktail. apple sauce, juice boxes (low sodium, no salt added)
- Soups and Stews: Low sodium, beef stew, chili, chicken noodle, vegetable, turkey and rice
- Dairy: Shelf-stable milk, evaporated milk, instant formula
- Paper Products: Towels, plates, napkins, tissues, toilet paper
- Baby Products: Diapers and wipes
- Plastic Utensils: Forks, knives, spoons
- Toiletries: Toothpaste, toothbrushes, shampoo, conditioner, bar soap
Cannot accept: Hard candy, lollipops, soda in cans and bottles, chocolate bars or pieces, gum, soft candy, marshmallows, caramels, taffy, licorice, gummy items. Drop-off locations for Wed., April 5 are Sherwood of Salisbury, Auto Outlet 99 and WBOC in Milton and Dover and items will be collected from 7 am-7:30 pm.
We recently stopped by the Delaware Food Bank to learn more about the need for this food drive.