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12 thoughts on “The Great American Milk Drive – Families in Need”

  1. I agree no one should go without the necessities! Some of the food banks around here allow perishables but only during the holidays. Great cause that should not be ignored.

  2. How sad that so many families need such important things like milk. Thank goodness that programs like this are put in place to help out.

  3. That is really true. I always donate non-perishable goods but milk is something they must really need as well. What a great way to be able to donate it.

  4. This is crucial a crucial need right now for so many families. I love that programs like this exist to help families out.

  5. We donate to our local food bank once a month. I did not realize Milk was such a needed item. I will have to start adding milk to our donations.

  6. Is there a way to donate milk directly, rather than donating money? I’ll look into a local food bank in my area and see about visiting once a month or so and donating directly. Thanks for the info!

  7. I’ve never really thought about milk not being donated as much as other items, but I am not surprised. I think the Great American Milk Drive is a great campaign, and one that seems to be certainly needed.

  8. It’s so sad to know that many families don’t have the basic necessities to get through the week. Every family should be able to afford, or get milk.

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