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Wrapping up Camping for Hunger with drop off locations delivering

Donations continue to come in as drop off locations wrap up the 13 annual Camping for Hunger campaign by bringing in what you have donated.

Pictured is Lt. Robbie Seal of the Warren County Sheriff’s Office dropping off the donations he collected at the various trash convenience sites in the county.

We have a few more drop off locations reporting in as we wrap up this effort.

Thanks to the community’s efforts thousands are assured that they will not go hungry through spring.

Your donations to the 13 annual Camping for Hunger campaign have made all the difference to help Congregational Community Action Project (C-Cap) feed those in need.

C-Cap and the River 953 are grateful for the efforts of the business community, first responders and the community at large for making the difference for thousands in our community.

Once all the donations are collected we will have the totals to show how much of a difference you have made for those in need.

Thank You for Your Support of Camping for Hunger 2021.

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