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Get your donations out for the last week of the Hunger Goblin’ Food Drive

Sadly, Hunger Goblin’ won’t be an event of trick-or-treating this year due to COVID, but it WILL stay alive as a way to help our neighbors!

While Phinney-Greenwood businesses have traditionally opened their doors for thousands of trick or treaters the Saturday before Halloween, we have made the decision to skip this beloved portion of the event out of safety and caution for our community, with the Delta variant on the rise.

We will still be supporting the other half of Hunger Goblin’, however!  We still want to help families in our community by again collaborating with FamilyWorks to hold a Power Pack food drive.  Decorated donation boxes will be at businesses throughout the community to collect healthy, non-perishable items.

Great items to consider donating are:

  • Milk & juice boxes
  • Fruit cups (applesauce. mandarin oranges, mixed fruit in fruit juices
  • Canned soup & chili
  • Crackers & chips (including graham crackers & Goldfish)
  • Meal packs (TastyBite, Quinoa or Rice Packs, or canned ravioli)
  • Granola Bars
  • Dried fruit & fruit leather
  • Instant oatmeal

Thank you for supporting our community!

Participating Business Collection Sites: