Waste Management presents a $1,500 check to the Auburn Food Bank in the community’s fight against hunger on Thursday at City Hall. From left, Laura Moser, municipal & community relations manager at Waste Management; Debbie Christian, executive director of the Auburn Food Bank; and Auburn Mayor Nancy Backus. COURTESY PHOTO, Waste Management

Waste Management presents a $1,500 check to the Auburn Food Bank in the community’s fight against hunger on Thursday at City Hall. From left, Laura Moser, municipal & community relations manager at Waste Management; Debbie Christian, executive director of the Auburn Food Bank; and Auburn Mayor Nancy Backus. COURTESY PHOTO, Waste Management

Mayor Backus kicks off food drive in partnership with Auburn Food Bank and Waste Management

  • Thursday, September 19, 2019 12:47pm
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Auburn Mayor Nancy Backus and Auburn Food Bank Director Debbie Christian on Thursday morning kicked off the 2019 Mayor’s Day of Concern for the Hungry – and a curbside food drive for residents.

Waste Management also presented a $1,500 check to the Auburn Food Bank at City Hall in the community’s fight against hunger.

From Sept. 23-27, Auburn residents can participate by placing food donations in bags or boxes next to WM carts by 7 a.m. on their regular WM service day. Please label bags or boxes “Food Drive.”

Waste Management will pick up and deliver the donations to the Auburn Food Bank.

Acceptable items

• Sealed, non-perishable and unexpired food

• Non-food items such as diapers and toiletries

• Please, no alcohol or glass containers

Go to the WM-Auburn website to see the full list of acceptable items at wmnorthwest.com/auburn.

The goal is to surpass last year’s total of nearly three tons of items donated by Auburn residents.


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