DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - Stamp Out Hunger Day is Saturday. With the help of the United States Postal Service, it is the nation's largest single food drive.
All you have to do is put non-perishable food items into a bag and leave it by our mailbox.
Letter carriers will then pick up the bags and donate the items to local food banks.
"Last year, we went through eight semi loads of food in one day as a result of this food drive and it takes about a month and a half to sort and repack all of the food," said Rosemary Dannin, Dayton Foodbank.
Organizers say now is the time to donate because this time of year is when food bank supplies are at their lowest.
Saturday's donations should last about three months.
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