Hunger Task Force wants you to help stop the spread of hunger through Peanut Butter
WEST MILWAUKEE (CBS 58)--The ninth annual Wanted: Peanut Butter campaign kicks off Monday at Hunger Task Force’s new facility. As with many of Hunger Task Force’s campaigns, this year’s Wanted: Peanut Butter drive will be fully virtual, with a new competitive focus on creamy vs. crunchy online donations. Meijer will continue its generous support of the program and help kick off the campaign with a donation of 3,500 jars.
All February long, Hunger Task Force is encouraging online donations for the nutritious, protein-packed staple. Choices include creamy or crunchy peanut butter in different quantities. Schools, businesses and organizations are encouraged to rally their groups virtually to help crown the winning type of peanut butter for this year’s unique campaign. The public can host their own virtual peanut butter drives through Feb. 28.
Peanut butter is a perfect food for all ages, filled with healthy fats, fiber and proteins—and it’s delicious! These creamy and crunchy jars are crucial for the food pantries, soup kitchens and homeless shelters that Hunger Task Force supports. Wanted: Peanut Butter helps ensure pantry shelves remain stocked throughout the season.
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