WCFR accepted the Camping for Hunger challenge

Warren County Fire and Rescue (WCFR) Chief  James Bonzano issued the challenge for each of his fire stations to help throw hunger under the bus.

Bonzano asked those under his command to collect at least 20 non perishable food items for Camping for Hunger.

The challenge was met with well over 20 items delivered by each fire and rescue team on Wed. Nov. 17.

The need for donations of non perishable food items will fill the immediate needs of those in need for Congregational Community Action Project (C-Cap).

Drop off locations around Front Royal are found at this link with those donations being picked up or delivered tonight Nov. 19.

You can also meet with Warren County Sheriff’s Deputy Robbie Seal today from 3 to 7 at the Shenandoah Farms Trash Convenience site for a drop off.

Monetary donations are very much appreciated and useful as well.

They monetary donations will enable C-Cap to meet the needs of those in Warren County in the future.

A secure monetary donation can be made right now at this link.

We are at 1106 Elm St. Front Royal accepting any donations through noon tomorrow Nov. 20.

Thank you all for your support of this important community effort Camping for Hunger.

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News Maker Larry Elliott of C-Cap on Camping for Hunger

Camping for Hunger is Nov. 15-20 and is one of the most important campaigns for C-Cap.

We talk with C-Cap’s President of their Board of Directors Larry Elliot about the need in our community in our latest news maker segment.

The good news is brought to you by the town of Front Royal.

Larry tells us how important the campaign is for our community and how many are in need.

Larry also talks about the difference between non perishable foods and monetary donations.

All donations can make a difference in the life of our neighbors and we thank you for that.

Click here for Larry’s interview.

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