“Scouting for Food,” is Scouting’s community stewardship project aimed at addressing the problem of hunger in the community in which we live and work.
Boy Scouts of America, Venturers, and Cub Scouts will be distributing plastic grocery bags to homes in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties.
On Saturday, November 8, Scouts will go back to those houses to collect the plastic grocery bags filled with donated food. Please help by donating boxed or canned goods only (ex. peanut butter, tuna, soup, ravioli, beef stew, and other high-protein items). Nothing perishable, frozen or in glass.
Food collection begins at 9 a.m. so be sure to have your bag out early. Collection will continue throughout the day.
PLEASE NOTE: Though this initiative is very large, the Scouts will not drop-off and pick-up in every community throughout the 3 counties. If you do not receive a bag from the Scouts, please do not leave food on your doorstep. Instead, we hope you will participate by dropping off your donation at one of these locations:
We apologize if this is the case, but hope you will still participate by dropping off your donation at one of these locations:
Thank you for helping to feed our hungry neighbors! You can also make a financial donation to help us provide food for our hungry neighbors. Every dollar equals 3 meals!
Scouting for Food is a project rooted in the very foundation of the Scouting movement. Through initiative and hard work, the Boy Scouts have developed a framework that can help feed tens of thousands of local residents in need with emergency aid. For more information, please contact Stephanie Melnick at email@example.com or 866-GLEANER, ext 270.
Anyone can host a Food & Fund Drive. Each drive can be custom-made to fit your organization’s abilities, whether you’re a large corporation, school, small church group or private family.
Are you planning an event to help in the fight against hunger? Tell us about it and we will post it on our website!
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