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As if fighting through rain and snow wasn’t admirable enough for mail carriers, on May 14 they will go above and beyond for the community.
The U.S. Post Offices in Grant County will hold their annual Stamp Out Hunger food drive for Helping Hands.
Anyone within the county postal area can place a non-perishable food item in their mailbox and the local carrier will pick it up and deliver it to Helping Hands.
Residents can also drop off items at any local post office.
Helping Hands is a non-profit organization that helps those who need assistance with food and clothing.
With many experiencing tough times across the country, lending a helping hand will take only a walk to your mailbox on May 14.
Postcards have been delivered to remind people of the date and to remind everyone to put their items in their mailboxes for this worthwhile charity.
We encourage all residents to contribute to this local cause.
You never know when you or your family will be in a position where you need assistance from neighbors and your community.
We applaud the post offices and the tireless work of the mail carriers for providing this service.
Make their efforts count by helping to Stamp Out Hunger.
Any donation, however small, will help feed needy families.
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