Mosgiel residents open their pantries

Collecting for the 2017 Food Bank Drive in Mosgiel's Bishop Verdon Close are (from left) Daniel...
Collecting for the 2017 Food Bank Drive in Mosgiel's Bishop Verdon Close are (from left) Daniel Wilden (20), Finn Duncan (12), of Dunedin, and Izaak Kinney (8), of Mosgiel. PHOTO: LINDA ROBERTSON
Mosgiel residents opened their hearts and pantries last night, donating thousands of non-perishable food items to the annual drive.

About 300 volunteers, including emergency services staff, Scouts and Lions Club members, collected from Mosgiel residents.

The event is vital to keep the Mosgiel Community Foodbank operating; it usually collects around 21,000 cans, enough to keep the foodbank stocked for an entire year.

 

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