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Holiday food drive accepting donations here in Tempe

Posted 11/29/23

MAD Greens, the Colorado-born brand, is hosting a holiday food drive in Tempe.

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Holiday food drive accepting donations here in Tempe

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MAD Greens, the Colorado-born brand, is hosting a holiday food drive in Tempe.

Donations of non-perishable items to support local families are welcome. The contributions will be directed to St. Mary’s Food Bank. Some of the most requested items for donation include peanut butter, canned chicken breast or tuna, canned low-sodium vegetables, canned fruit, dry pinto beans, brown rice, dry pasta, non-fat dry milk powder, 100% whole grain cereal, tomato sauce, canned tomatoes, and canned entrees.

In Tempe, donations can be dropped off at MAD Greens-Tempe Marketplace, 2000 E. Rio Salado Parkway, Suite 1215.

“Every contribution, big or small, brings comfort and joy to those facing food insecurity,” Darden Coors, CEO of Salad Collective, the parent company of MAD Greens, shared in a press release.

Donations are welcome through Sunday, Dec. 3.